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“Indiens et franc-maçonnerie: une vision performative de l’historire américaine” /“Native American Indian Freemasonry and the Performative Turn within U.S. History”, (2008)
Book Chapter
Porter, J. (2008). “Indiens et franc-maçonnerie: une vision performative de l’historire américaine” /“Native American Indian Freemasonry and the Performative Turn within U.S. History”,. In M. Prum (Ed.), Race & the Body in Anglophone Context/ Race et corps dans L’aire Anglophone,, 113 - 135. L’Harmattan

Comme nombre de mes collègues indianistes, cela fait longtemps que je n’ignore plus que les grandes figures masculines du monde politique et littéraire indien du XIXe et du début du XXe siècle avaient, pour la plupar... Read More about “Indiens et franc-maçonnerie: une vision performative de l’historire américaine” /“Native American Indian Freemasonry and the Performative Turn within U.S. History”,.

Population matters in Native America (2007)
Book Chapter
Porter, J. (2007). Population matters in Native America. In P. D. Davies, & I. Morgan (Eds.), America's Americans: Population issues in U.S. society and politicsInstitute of Latin American Studies

No place to call home: The 1807-1857 life writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, chronicler of outlying Mormon communities (2006)
Journal Article
Porter, J. (2006). No place to call home: The 1807-1857 life writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, chronicler of outlying Mormon communities. Journal of the West, 45(1), 90

The article reviews the book "No Place to Call Home: The 1807-1857 Life Writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, Chronicler of Outlying Mormon Communities," edited by Edward Leo Lyman, Susan Ward Payne and S. George Ellsworth.