Katie Eyer Reviews Article on History of Federal Indian Law

Former Fellow Katie Eyer (’05) reviewed a Harvard Law Review article on federal Indian law for the constitutional law website Jotwell ("Shifting the Paradigm: Power, Rights and Equality in Constitutional Law," June 13). "As Maggie Blackhawk lays out in her excellent new article, ‘Federal Indian Law as Paradigm Within Public Law,’ the history of Native Nations and indigenous peoples in the United States, and their treatment as constitutional subjects, is equally central to our constitutional history as slavery and Jim Crow," Katie wrote.