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The world, the text, and the Indian : global dimensions of Native American literature

Auteur(s) : Lyons, Scott Richard (Éd.)Description matérielle : xv-330 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection : SUNY series, native traces Publication : Albany : SUNY press, 2017Cote : N.456Note : Réf. dissém. Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Littérature Géographique : Amérique du Nord
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Foreword / Weaver, Jace --

Introduction: globalizing the word / Lyons, Scott Richard --

Empire treasons: white earth and the great war / Vizenor, Gerald --

Native American literary criticism in global context / Krupat, Arnold --

“Between friends and enemies”: moving books and locating Native critique in early colonial America / Cohen, Matt --

“The search engine”: traversing the local and the global in the Native archive / Round, Phillip H. --

Migrations to modernity: the many voices of George Copway’s running sketches of men and places, in England, France, Germany, Belgium, and Scotland / Lyons, Scott Richard --

Emerging from the background: photographic conventions, stereotypes, and the ordinariness of the Indian / Flint, Kate --

Reading global indigenous resistance in Simon Ortiz’s fight back / Cheyfitz, Eric --

Productive tensions: trans/national, trans-/Indigenous / Allen, Chadwick --

“The right to enjoy all human rights”: the UN declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples and the potential for decolonial cosmopolitanism / Pulitano, Elvira --

Afterword / Huhndorf, Shari M.

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