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No deal! Indigenous arts and the politics of possession

Auteur(s) : Berman, Tressa (Éd.)Description matérielle : xx-261 p.-[8] p. de pl. : ill ; 23 cm. Collection : School for Advanced Research global indigenous politics series Publication : Santa Fe : School for Advanced Research Press, 2012.Cote : G.4782Note : Bibliogr. p. 223-249 ; Index.Note complémentaire : SAR Press = School for Advanced Research Press.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Art | Propriété
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Introduction: situating indigenous arts and the politics of possessions / Berman, Tressa --

(Art)writing: a new cultural frame for native American art / McChesney, Lea S. --

Whose photographs? Native American images on the internet / Parezo, Nancy J. --

Revisiting an Inuit perspective: Baker Lake sculpture / Bouchard, Marie --

Literate savages: Central Desert painting as writing / Biddle, Jennifer --

Bad Aboriginal art / Michaels, Eric --

The problematic of the signature: indigenous arts and the politics of possession / Berman, Tressa --

Up for grabs: assessing the consequences of sustained appropriations of Navajo weavers' patterns / M'Closkey, Kathy --

Stop sign at the cultural crossroads: public art at the University of New Mexico / Fricke, Suzanne Newman --

Censorship from below: Aboriginal art in Australian museums / Myers, Fred --

"Silly little things": framing global self-appropriations in native arts / Mithlo, Nancy Marie --

"Cultural copy": visual conversations on indigenous art and cultural appropriation / Berman, Tressa and Centin, Marco.

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