Angela R. Riley

Angela R. Riley

​Professor of Law
Director, MA/JD Joint Degree Program in Law and American Indian Studies
Director, Native Nations Law and Policy Center
B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1995
J.D., Harvard, 1998

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An analysis of property as a social institution and particularly of the dynamics of the system for recognizing and protecting competing claims to resources. Major problem areas to be studied include...

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This course provides an overview of federal Indian law through a study of cases and secondary materials. It examines contemporary issues -- such as the protests at Standing Rock, the inclusion of the...

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This course studies the emergence of “art” and “cultural property” law as a field of legal inquiry and practice. Broadly defined, the field encompasses the body of law applied to fine art and...

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This course explores the identity, ownership, appropriation and repatriation of both tangible and intangible cultural property – those items which are of great significance to the cultural heritage...

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This Perspectives Seminar will examine law in dystopian societies. Dystopian societies are often depicted in film and fiction, usually set in a future world characterized by totalitarianism,...

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This course examines issues legal issues integral to governance that Native American nations face in the 21st century, including those that impact and shape: political sovereignty, economic...

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