Traditional histories rarely address Native American culture past 1890, when 150 Sioux were massacred by U.S. troops at Wounded Knee Creek. In The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee (Riverhead Books), Ojibwe author and anthropologist David Treuer ’92 uncovers how Native American culture has developed since that event, and how Native Americans have found themselves drawn into mainstream America while retaining and recapturing their Native identity.