Lakota Culture, World Economy, paper ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Lakota Culture, World Economy is a study of Lakota economy at Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations based on extensive community interviews during the 1990s by a former attorney at Pine Ridge. This study is based on her doctorate in anthropology. She studies the traditional culture and values of contemporary Lakota communities and how their economy is marginalized within a global economy.

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Critical Inuit Studies: An Anthology of Contemporary Arctic Ethnography, paper ed

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Collection of 15 scholarly essays about the history, politics and social life of the Inuit of Canada and Alaska written by anthropologists, geographers, social workers and social policy analysts. Topics include Elders and youth; time, space and memory; participatory anthropology in Nunavut; land claims, development and citizenship; trade; Inuit place names; Inuit social networks in an urban setting; Inuit geographical knowledge; housing; and cultural survival. Includes an extensive bibliography, index, photographs, and maps.

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Households and Families of the Longhouse Iroquois at Six Nations Reserve, hardcover ed

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Households and Families of the Longhouse Iroquois at Six Nations Reserve is the recently published anthropological study conducted during 1956-1958 by Merlin Myers (1923-91). As part of Syracuse University's Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians Series, the book brings the original research completed years earlier to the general reader. Myers studied the kinship (clans) relations, economics, and household organization among Longhouse families on the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve.

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Boarding School Blues: Revisiting American Indian Educational Experiences, paper ed

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Boarding School Blues: Revisiting American Indian Educational Experiences is a collection of 10 essays first presented at the 2002 Boarding School Blues Symposium held at the Sherman Indian School marking the school's 100th anniversary of its opening. The papers present the current scholarship surrounding the complex issue of Indian Boarding and Residential Schools in North America. The history of abuse and confinement of Aboriginal children in these residential and boarding schools is examined in these thoughtful papers by leading and promising scholars in the field.

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Boarding School Blues: Revisiting American Indian Educational Experiences, hardcover ed

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Boarding School Blues: Revisiting American Indian Educational Experiences is a collection of 10 essays first presented at the 2002 Boarding School Blues Symposium held at the Sherman Indian School marking the school's 100th anniversary of its opening. The papers present the current scholarship surrounding the complex issue of Indian Boarding and Residential Schools in North America. The history of abuse and confinement of Aboriginal children in these residential and boarding schools is examined in these thoughtful papers by leading and promising scholars in the field.

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Coyote Stories, paper ed

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Coyote Stories was written by Okanagan author, Christine Quintasket (1888-1936), who wrote as Mourning Dove. These retelling of legends or stories about the trickster, Coyote, were heavily edited for 1933 original publication. The editor was a newspaper writer, Heister Dean Guie, who convinced the author to direct the stories to children who were not Okanagan. Mourning Dove explains in the original introduction that she sanitized the traditional stories to make them appeal to a non-Native audience of the times.

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Prophets of the Great Spirit: Native American Revitalization Movements in Eastern North America, hardcover ed

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University of Toledo history professor provides overview of five Native American spiritual leaders including Handsome Lake (Seneca), Neolin (Delaware), Tenkswatawa (Shawnee), the Creek Red Stick prophets, Kenekuk (Kickapoo). Each overview draws on earlier analysis to provide a readable account for each revitalization movement. For the Handsome Lake chapter the author draws on the writings of Barbara Mann, a lecturer in University of Toledo's english department. Her work is highly critical of Handsome Lake and so this current text should be read with this in mind.

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Alanis Obomsawin: The Vision of a Native Filmmaker, hardcover ed OUT OF STOCK

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Alanis Obomsawin: The Vision of a Native Filmmaker celebrates the distinguished career of Abenaki filmmaker, Alanis Obomsawin, in this analysis of her documentary films. In more than twenty powerful films, Abenaki filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin has waged a brilliant battle against the ignorance and stereotypes that Native Americans have long endured in cinema and television. In this book, the first devoted to any Native filmmaker, Obomsawin receives her due as the central figure in the development of Indigenous media in North America.

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New Perspectives on Native North America: Cultures, Histories, and Representations, paper ed

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In New Perspectives on Native North America: Cultures, Histories, and Representations some of the leading scholars working in Native North America explore contemporary perspectives on Native culture, history, and representation. Written in honor of the anthropologist Raymond D. Fogelson, the volume charts the currents of contemporary scholarship while offering an invigorating challenge to researchers in the field. The essays employ a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches and range widely across time and space.

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Artistry in Native American Myths, paper ed

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Karl Kroeber reconsiders many incorrect anthropological beliefs about Native American traditional stories and legends. He presents samples of legends that are organized into chapters titled mythic imagining, human cultures, animal cultures, trickster-transformer orality, and myth as historical process. Each of the five chapters follows the same format with a selection of legends, commentary and notes. Although Kroeber insists on using the term, myth, he notes that there is no consensus about the meaning of the term.

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