A member of the Sappony Tribe, Nick Martin is a staff writer at The New Republic, where he covers Indian Country, with a focus on tribal sovereignty and the United States’ legal duty to uphold its treaty and trust responsibilities. He is also a writer represented by Fletcher & Co., with a forthcoming novel in the works, and has published reviews and essays on Native-authored literature at TNR, Poetry Foundation, and CNN Opinion. Martin's reporting has also been published by The Washington Post and Gawker Media.
Saturday, Oct 3 : 3:00 pm - 4:00 pmVIRTUAL
HistoryFort Union and Fort William: Letter Book and Journal, 1833-1835
Non-Fiction, South Dakota AuthorsPolicies and Institutions for Social and Economic Justice: An Economist's Memoir
Non-FictionPeace Education for Violence Prevention in Fragile African Societies: What's Going to Make a Difference?
History, South Dakota Authors, Tribal, Young ReadersToo Strong to Be Broken: The Life of Edward J. Driving Hawk