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by Elizabeth DeLaney Hoffman


American Indians and Popular Culture [2 volumes] epub

ISBN: 0313379904

ISBN13: 978-0313379901

Author: Elizabeth DeLaney Hoffman

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Praeger (February 22, 2012)

Pages: 768 pages

ePUB book: 1830 kb

FB2 book: 1862 kb

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Book Condition: Complete in two volumes

Book Condition: Complete in two volumes. Pictorial boards show only minor corner wear. Name stamp on front end page of each volume; text appears as new otherwise. Sold by OrangeandBlueBooks. Condition: Used: Very Good. Recounting captivating stories of challenge and success, with a focus on the twentieth century, DeLaney Hoff man's American Indians and Popular Culture provides a rich resource for readers curious to learn more about the trajectory of indigenous cultures in the United States. American Indian Quarterly.

This excellent two-volume set comprises 46 essays that cover historical and contemporary American Indian .

This excellent two-volume set comprises 46 essays that cover historical and contemporary American Indian representations in the media, sports, politics, literature, arts, and the civil rights movement.

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Start by marking American Indians and Popular Culture as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Contributions from 47 distinguished scholars, writers, performers, and curators-both Native and non-Native-from the United States and Canada. Photos of contemporary powwows, historical figures, indigenous architecture, and contemporary and historical art. Both volumes focus on stereotypes, detailing how they were created and why they The two-volume "American Indians and Popular Culture" seeks to help readers understand American Indians by analyzing their relationships with the popular culture of the United States and Canada. Volume 1 covers media, sports, and politics, while Volume 2 covers literature, arts, and resistance. Both volumes focus on stereotypes, detailing how they were created and why they are still allowed to exist.

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Americans are still fascinated by the romantic notion of the "noble savage," yet know little about the real Native peoples of North America

Americans are still fascinated by the romantic notion of the "noble savage," yet know little about the real Native peoples of North America. Sociology Nonfiction.

Volume 1 covers media, sports, and politics, while Volume 2 covers .

Volume 1 covers media, sports, and politics, while Volume 2 covers literature, arts, and resistance. Balances historical overviews of American Indians in popular culture with discussions of issues facing Native peoples today.

These volumes discuss a uniquely broad array of key topics in American popular culture, including jihad and jihadis; the hejab, veil, and burka; Islamophobia; Oriental despots; Arabs; Muslims in the media; and mosque burnings

Americans are still fascinated by the romantic notion of the "noble savage," yet know little about the real Native peoples of North America. This two-volume work seeks to remedy that by examining stereotypes and celebrating the true cultures of American Indians today.

• Contributions from 47 distinguished scholars, writers, performers, and curators―both Native and non-Native―from the United States and Canada

• Photos of contemporary powwows, historical figures, indigenous architecture, and contemporary and historical art

• A comprehensive bibliography at the end of each chapter