Publications

Report cover collage of images including box of crabs, man in Karuk hat skinning deer carcass, two hands filling traditional basket with huckleberries, handpainted sign reading Chiloquin Community Garden, three children operating a large apple press, three children gluing plant specimens to paper.

Sowerwine, J., Mucioki, M., Friedman, E., Hillman, L., and Sarna-Wojcicki, D. (2019). Food Security Assessment of Native American Communities in the Klamath Basin with the Karuk Tribe, Klamath Tribes, Yurok Tribe, and Hoopa Tribe. Karuk-UC Berkeley Collaborative. Berkeley, CA: University of California at Berkeley. Download.

Sowerwine, J., Mucioki, M., Sarna-Wojcicki, D., Hillman, L. (2019). Reframing food security by and for Native American communities: a case study among tribes in the Klamath River basin of Oregon and California. Food Security. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12571-019-00925-y

Sarna-Wojcicki, D., Sowerwine, J., Hillman, L., Hillman, L., & Tripp, B. (2019). Decentering Watersheds and Decolonising Watershed Governance: Towards an Ecocultural Politics of Scale in the Klamath Basin. Water Alternatives12(1), 241-266.

Kim, K., Ngo, V., Gilkison, G., Hillman, L., Sowerwine, J., Karuk Youth Leaders (2019). Native American Youth Citizen Scientists Uncovering Community Health and Food Security Priorities. Health Promotion Practice, https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1524839919852098

Mucioki, M., Sowerwine, J., and Sarna-Wojcicki, D. (2018) Thinking inside and outside the box: local and national considerations of the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR). Journal of Rural Studies Vol. 57: 88-98. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2017.11.002

Karuk Tribe, Lisa Hillman, Leaf Hillman, Adrienne R. S. Harling, Bari Talley & Angela McLaughlin (2017) Building Sípnuuk: A Digital Library, Archives, and Museum for Indigenous Peoples. Collection Management, 42:3-4, 294-316, DOI: 10.1080/01462679.2017.1331870

Diver, S. 2017.Visual Timeline Techniquein Design as Democracy: Techniques for Collective Creativity. Edited by David de la Pena, Diane Jones Allen, Randolph T. Hester, Jeffrey Hou, Laura J. Lawson, and Marcia J. McNally. Island Press: Washington, DC.  https://islandpress.org/book/design-as-democracy

Diver, S. 2016. Co-management as a catalyst: Pathways to post-colonial forestry in the Klamath Basin, California. Human Ecology  44(5):  533–546.

Diver, S.W. and Higgins, M.N. 2014. Giving Back Through Collaborative Research: Towards a Practice of Dynamic Reciprocity. Journal of Research Practice. 10(2).

Diver, S.W. 2014. Giving Back Through Time: A Collaborative Timeline Approach to Researching Karuk Indigenous Lands Management History. Journal of Research Practice. 10(2).

Lake, Frank K., William Tripp, and Ron Reed. “The Karuk Tribe, planetary stewardship, and world renewal on the middle Klamath River, California.” Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 91: 147-149 91 (2010): 147-149.

Diver, S., Liu, L., Canchela, N., Tannenbaum, S., Silberblatt, R., and Reed, R.  Karuk Lands Management Historical Timeline. May 7, 2010.  Web published at http://karuktimeline.wordpress.com.  Currently exhibited at the Karuk People’s Center (Happy Camp, CA).  Previously exhibited at the Clark Museum of Anthropology (Eureka, CA).