Readership: Students and scholars of indigenous and colonial history; scholars of the history of international law and self-determination; practitioners and
legal advisers in the field of indigenous rights
Robert J. Miller, Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon, Jacinta Ruru, Senior Lecturer, University of Otago, Larissa Behrendt, Professor of Law and Director of Research, Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning, University of Technology, Sydney, and Tracey Lindberg, Associate Professor of Law, University of Ottawa; Associate Professor of Indigenous Studies, Athabasca University
Robert Miller is Professor of Law at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. He serves as the chief justice for the Court of Appeals for the Grand
Rone Community of Orego. He is an enrolled citizen of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma.
Jacinta Ruru is Senior Lecturer at the University of Otago, and is of Ngati Raukawa (Waikato), Ngati Rangi and Pakeha descent.
Larissa Behrendt is Professor of Law and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning of the University of Technology, Sydney. She is an Eualeyai/Gamillaroi woman.
Tracey Lindberg is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Ottawa and Associate Professor of Indigenous Studies at Athabasca University. She is a member of the Saskatchewan bar. She is a Cree citizen (Neheyiwak) whose family is from the Kelley Lake Cree Nation.
1: Robert J Miller: The Doctrine of Discovery
2: Robert J Miller: The Legal Adoption of Discovery in the United States
3: Robert J Miller: The Doctrine of Discovery in United States History
4: Tracey Lindberg: The Doctrine of Discovery in Canada
5: Tracey Lindberg: Contemporary Canadian Resonance of an Imperial Doctrine
6: Larissa Behrendt: The Doctrine of Discovery in Australia
7: Larissa Behrendt: Asserting the Doctrine of Discovery in Australia
8: Jacinta Ruru: Asserting the Doctrine of Discovery in Aotearoa New Zealand: 1840-1960s
9: Jacinta Ruru: The Still Permeating Influence of the Doctrine of Discovery in Aotearoa/New Zealand: 1970s-2000s
10: Jacinta Ruru: Concluding Comparatively: Discovery in the English Colonies