Surviving Desires: Making and Selling Native Jewellery in the American Southwest, paper ed

$43.70

Surviving Desires: Making and Selling Native Jewellery in the American Southwest by anthropologist and curator Henrietta Lidchi is a visually stunning exploration of the symbolic, economic, and communal value of jewellery in the American Southwest. The author works in the National Museums Scotland and has examined British collecting, exchanges between British and American institutions, and the development of the British Museum’s contemporary collection.

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Longhouse Fragmented: Ohio Iroquois Autonomy in the Nineteenth Century, A, paper ed

$51.75

A Longhouse Fragmented: Ohio Iroquois Autonomy in the Nineteenth Century is a historic ethnography of the Ohio Iroquois and, in particular, of the people known as the Seneca of Sandusky during the early nineteenth century. Using contemporary social theory and interdisciplinary methodologies, Brian Joseph Gilley tells the social history of the Indigenous peoples of Ohio before and during the sociopolitical buildup to removal.

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Inuit Kinship and Naming Customs, paper ed 2017 FNCR

$19.95

Inuit Kinship and Naming Customs is an important collection of Inuit elder interviews about current naming and family traditions among the Inuit communities of Baffin Region, Nunavut. Four elders explain that Inuit do not call each other by their given names. Instead, they refer to each other using a system of kinship and family terms, known as tuq&urausiit (turk-thlo-raw-seet). Calling each other by kinship terms is a way to show respect and foster closeness within families. Children were named after their elders and ancestors, ensuring a long and healthy life.

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Tuniit: Mysterious Folk of the Arctic, hardcover ed

$16.95

Tuniit: Mysterious Folk of the Arctic introduces elementary-level readers to the huge, shy, powerful, ingenious race of Tuniit, the people who populated the Arctic even before the Inuit. The book describes the great impact these former giants of the Arctic had on some of the most well-known and practical aspects of Arctic life. By presenting the factual basis for many of the Inuit traditional beliefs about the Tuniit, this book provides readers with a blend of anthropology, history, and traditional knowledge.

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Mohawk Interruptus: Political Life Across the Borders of Settler States, paper ed

$43.60

Mohawk Interruptus: Political Life Across the Borders of Settler States by Kahnawake Mohawk scholar Audra Simpson is a welcome addition to the recently released books by Ongwehowe thinkers.  Audra Simpson is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Anthropology. She is the recipient of fellowships and awards from Fulbright, the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, Dartmouth College, the American Anthropological Association, Cornell University and the School for Advanced Research (Santa Fe, NM).

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For Indigenous Minds Only: A Decolonization Handbook, paper ed OUT OF PRINT

$48.95

For Indigenous Minds Only: A Decolonization Handbook features Indigenous scholars, writers, and activists who have collaborated for the creation of a sequel to For Indigenous Eyes Only (SAR Press, 2005). The title reflects an understanding that decolonizing actions must begin in the mind, and that creative, consistent decolonized thinking shapes and empowers the brain, which in turn provides a major prime for positive change.

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Longhouse Fragmented: Ohio Iroquois Autonomy in the Nineteenth Century, A, hardcover ed

$112.00

A Longhouse Fragmented: Ohio Iroquois Autonomy in the Nineteenth Century is a historic ethnography of the Ohio Iroquois and, in particular, of the people known as the Seneca of Sandusky during the early nineteenth century. Using contemporary social theory and interdisciplinary methodologies, Brian Joseph Gilley tells the social history of the Indigenous peoples of Ohio before and during the sociopolitical buildup to removal.

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Tuscarora: A History, paper ed

$71.57

Tuscarora: A History is the 278-page history of the Tuscarora Nation in western New York State near Niagara Falls. Anthony F. C. Wallace is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. This highly readable and accessible historical account is told through the author's clear and straightforward voice. Wallace began his initial research at Tuscarora in the late 1940s when he was collecting

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Eighteenth-Century Wyandot: A Clan-Based Study, The, hardcover ed

$102.00

The Eighteenth-Century Wyandot: A Clan-Based Study by Humber College professor John L. Steckley examines the importance of clans to the study of the history and cultural traditions of the people known as Wyandot. The Wyandot were born of two Wendat peoples encountered by the French in the first half of the seventeenth century—the otherwise named Petun and Huron—and their history is fragmented by their dispersal between Quebec, Michigan, Kansas, and Oklahoma. This book weaves these fragmented histories together, with a focus on the mid-eighteenth century.

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New Media Nation: Indigenous Peoples and Global Communication, The, paper ed

$39.00

In The New Media Nation: Indigenous Peoples and Global Communication by Valerie Alia, Adjunct Professor in the Doctor of Social Sciences program at Royal Roads University (Canada), offers readers a look into the new methods Indigenous Peoples have adopted as tools for preserving Indigenous languages and cultures. Around the planet, Indigenous people are using old and new technologies to amplify their voices and broadcast information to a global audience.

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