|Author:||Russell Thornton,Social Science Research Council|
|Title:||Studying Native America: Problems and Prospects|
|Format:||lrf lit azw doc|
|ePUB size:||1978 kb|
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|Publisher:||Univ of Wisconsin Pr (February 1999)|
Studying Native America book. The White Man does not understand the Indian for the reason that. Studying Native America addresses for the first time in a comprehensive way the place of this critical discipline in the university curriculum. Leading scholars in anthropology, demography, English and literature, history, law, social work, linguistics, public health, psychology, and sociology have come together to explore what Native American studies has been, what it is, and what it may be in the future .
Contributors to Studying Native America include Raymond J. DeMallie, Bonnie Duran, Eduardo Duran, Raymond D. Fogelson, Clara Sue Kidwell, Kerwin Lee Klein, Melissa L. Meyer, John H. Moore, Peter Nabokov, Katheryn Shanley, C. Matthew Snipp, Rennard Strickland, Russell Thornton, J. Randolph Valentine, Robert Allen Warrior, Richard White, and Maria rt. Russell Thornton, a Cherokee Indian, is professor of anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Home All Categories History Books Native American History Books Studying Native America: Problems and Prospects. ISBN13: 9780299160647. Studying Native America : Problems and Prospects. Scholars from a variety of fields have contributed to this volume to explore what Native American studies has been, what it is, and what it may be in the future.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Thornton, Russell, 1942-. American Indian Studies Advisory Panel. Rubrics: Indians of North America Study and teaching Indians Indigenous peoples America. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Studying Native America:. has been added to your Cart. His books include We Shall Live Again, American Indian Holocaust and Survival, and The Cherokees: A Population History.
Native American studies seeks to understand Native Americans, America, and the world from a Native American indigenous perspective, and thereby broaden the education of both Native and non-Native Americans. Part 1 asks who Native Americans are today. Part 2 presents a detailed consideration of the emergence of Native American studies. Part 3 considers Native American studies in terms of literature, linguistics, anthropology, and history. Part 4 presents topics important to Native American studies as an intellectual enterprise.
Distinguished Professor. College of Social Sciences Sesquicentennial Lecture, The Florida State University, 2001. Distinguished Professorship, UCLA, 2004-. The Hail Lecture (with Candace Greene), Brown University, 2007. Studying Native America: Problems and Prospects (University of Wisconsin Press). American Indian historical demography, American Indian revitalization movements, American Indian winter counts, contemporary American Indian issues. Current Courses by Term. Anthros and Indians: Racism, Colonialism, and Development of Anthropology in America.
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Both attempts are legitimate and the book offers much to each. However, the attempt to address two such closely interrelated themes suffers from the fact that the two themes are neither carefully delineated nor differentiated. The first section, entitled "Native Americans Today," includes Russell Thornton's "The Demography of Colonialism and 'Old' and 'New' Native Americans," Raymond D. Fogelson's "Perspectives on Native American Identity," and Bonnie Duran, Eduardo Duran, and Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart's "Native Americans and the Trauma of History.
1998): Studying Native America: Problems and Prospects. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, pp. 40–59. Gill, Sam D. (1987): Mother Earth. Moore, John (1998): Truth and Tolerance in Native American Epistemology. In: Thornton, Russel ed. (1998): Studying Native America: Problems and Prospects. 271–305. Moshman, David (2010): Conceptions of Genocide and Perceptions of History.