14 Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy 121 (2004)
This article sets forth some preliminary issues and perspectives for the development of indigenous models of rape jurisprudence. Part I examines the reasons for and importance of developing an indigenous jurisprudence of rape. Part II addresses tribal jurisdiction issues, particularly the current limitations on tribal authority. Part III provides a historical context for the issue, including examples of the role of colonization in the responses to sexual violence. Part IV shares some visions for the development of a contemporary jurisprudence of rape for indigenous nations.
Deer, Sarah, "Toward an Indigenous Jurisprudence of Rape" (2004). Faculty Scholarship. 79.