Publications
 
PUBLICATIONS (Published or Accepted)
 
Scholarly books
Colombi, Benedict J. and James F. Brooks, editors.  (proposal under contract).  Indigenous Peoples and Fish: Culture, History, and Economy in the North Pacific.  Santa Fe, NM: School for Advanced Research Press.
 
Refereed journal articles / chapters in scholarly books
Colombi, Benedict J.  (in press).  Indigenous Peoples, Large Dams, and Capital-Intensive Energy Development:  A View from the Lower Colorado River.  Indians and Energy: Exploitation and Opportunity in the American Southwest. Sherry Smith and Brian Frehner (editors).  School for Advanced Research Press.
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  (in press).  Global Systems and Nez Perce Nation Building. The Nation State and Transnational Environments: Balancing Power and Nature. Mark Atwood Lawrence, Erika Marie Bsumek, and David Kinkela (editors).  Oxford University Press.
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  (in press).  Declining Salmon, Large Dams, and Power Plays: A Case Study of Biocultural Diversity in the Nez Perce Homeland.  Water, Cultural Diversity & Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures? Barbara R. Johnston (editor), International Hydrological Programme, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  (in press).  Salmon Nation Building, Globalization, and the Future.  Rising From the Ashes: The Evolution of Indigenous Self-Governance. William Willard (editor).  Lincoln: The University of Nebraska Press.  
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  2009.  Salmon Nation: Tribal Sovereignty and Climate Change.  Anthropology and Climate Change: From Encounters to Actions. Susan Crate and Mark Nuttall (editors), pp. 186-196. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  2006.  The Nez Perce Tribe and the Extinction of Pacific Salmon: A Social Power Approach. A Selection of Presented Papers, Robert K. Thomas Symposium, July 2005. Pp. 1-59. Bellingham, WA: Northwest Indian College.
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  2005.  Dammed in Region Six: The Nez Perce Tribe, Agricultural Development, and the Inequality of Scale. American Indian Quarterly 29(3/4):560-589.  
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  2004.  Revisiting Phinney: Sixty-Seven Years after “Numipu Among the White Settlers”. In special issue, “Remembering Archie Phinney, A Nez Perce Scholar.” William Willard and J. Diane Pearson (editors). Journal of Northwest Anthropology 38(1):97-112.
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  2003.  Medicine Crossing: Representing Native American Lived Experience. Journal of Northwest Anthropology 37(2):131-150.
 
PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS
 
Scholarly books
Colombi, Benedict J.  (proposal in progress).  Local Producers, Global Consumers: Salmon and the Organization of High Latitude Communities.  Berkeley: The University of California Press.  Will be submitted for advance book contract in Fall 2012.
 
Refereed journal articles / chapters in scholarly books
Colombi, Benedict J.  (manuscript in progress).  Nation Building Through Salmon: Global Trends, Human Rights, and Indigenous Peoples as World Citizens.  Colombi, Benedict J. and James F. Brooks (editors).  (proposal under contract).  Indigenous Peoples and Fish: Culture, History, and Economy in the North Pacific.  Santa Fe, NM: School for Advanced Research Press. Submit in April, 2010.
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  (revise/resubmit).  A Small-Scale Indigenous Community vs. Global-Scale Development: Challenges to Regional Social and Environmental Sustainability.  Current Anthropology.  Revise and resubmit in August, 2010.
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  (manuscript in progress) Water and Salmon as Indigenous Cultural Keystones.  American Anthropologist. Submit in August, 2010.
 
Colombi, Benedict J. and Kathleen Van Vlack (manuscript in progress). Indigenous Ecologies of Salmon and Beaver: A Natural Resources Partnership. Human Ecology. Submit in September, 2010.
                                                                                                                                  
DISSERTATION
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  2006.  The Nez Perce Tribe vs. Elite-Directed Development in the Lower Snake River Basin:  The Struggle to Breach the Dams and Save the Salmon.  Ph.D. dissertation in Anthropology.  Washington State University.  
                                                                
THESIS
 
Colombi, Benedict J.  2001.  Medicine Crossing.  M.A. thesis in Anthropology.  University of Idaho.