Indigenous Lands


A Native Hawaiian-led summary of the current impact of constructing the Thirty Meter Telescope on Maunakeaexternal link
arXiv Submitted to the National Academy of Sciences Decadal Survey on Astronomy and Astrophysics (Astro2020) Panel on the State of the Profession and Societal Impacts (SoP)
Canadian Astronomy on Maunakea: On Respecting Indigenous Rightsexternal link
arXiv Community paper submitted to the Canadian Long Range Plan 2020
Mountains of Controversy: Narrative and the Making of Contested Landscapes in Postwar American Astronomy (pdf)external link
Doctoral dissertation Swanner, Leandra Altha. 2013.
National Academy of Science Astro2020 Decadal Review: Maunakea Perspectivesexternal link
What Makes a Volcano Sacredexternal link
The Atlantic, October 2015
Multicultural Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Struggle in Hawaiʻi: The Politics of Astronomy on Mauna a Wākea (pdf)
Joseph Salazar, Ph.D. thesis, 2014
Hawaii Governor Halts Construction of Telescope in Clash Over Sacred Landexternal link
BuzzFeed, April 2015


“Astronomy on Indigenous lands” Presentationexternal link March 13, 2020 Stephanie Douglas