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Author Buss, James Joseph
Title Beyond Two Worlds : Critical Conversations on Language and Power in Native North America
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, 2014
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Series SUNY Series, Tribal Worlds: Critical Studies in American Indian Nation Building Ser
SUNY Series, Tribal Worlds: Critical Studies in American Indian Nation Building Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Preface -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: The World Is Not Enough -- Wabansi Lakeside Chicago-Beyond Swag -- Notes -- I: Historical Antecedents -- 1. "To Live and Die with Them": Wendat Reactions to "Wordly" Rhetoric in the Land of the Dead -- Wendat Perceptions of the Afterlife -- New ideas: Missionaries in Wendake -- Wendat Resistance -- The "Sky-dwellers" -- Comparable Circumstances -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 2. "Willingly Complied and Removed to the Fort": The Secret History of Competing Anglo-Visions of Virginia's Southwest -- Early Official Attempts at Conversion via Tributary Trade Relationships -- William and Mary College -- Fort Christanna and the Virginia Indian Company -- The Virginia Indian Company and Its Detractors -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 3. The Development of Two Worlds: British and Cherokee Spatial Understandings in the Eighteenth-Century Southeast -- Notes -- Interlude: Diagramming Worlds -- Notes -- II: The Real and the Imagined -- 4. Imagined Worlds and Archival Realities: The Patchwork World of Early Nineteenth-Century Indiana -- Imagining Two Worlds -- Nathaniel West's Tangled World in Indiana -- A Patchwork World in a Market Economy -- The Historian's Tangled World in the Archives -- Notes -- 5. The Indians' Capital City: Diplomatic Visits, Place, and Two-Worlds Discourse in Nineteenth-Century Washington, DC -- Notes -- 6. Under One Big Tent: Race, Resistance, and Community Building in Two Nineteenth-Century Circus Towns -- Miami County, Indiana, and the Wallace Circus Quarters -- Columbus, Ohio, and the Sellsville Quarters -- Challenges for Performers in the Circus Industry -- Native Americans and African Americans Utilized Circus Opportunities in Their Neighborhoods and Abroad -- Manipulating the Spotlight
Conclusion: Performers and Entertainers Push Racial Lines Beyond Two Worlds -- Notes -- Interlude: Of Two Worlds and Intimate Domains -- Notes -- III: Consequences and Implications -- 7. nahi meehtohseeniwinki: iilinweeyankwi neehi iši meehtohseeniwiyankwi aatotamankwi: To Live Well: Our Language and Our Lives -- A Story of Evolving Peoplehood: Disruption, Change, and Community Health -- Lighting the Fuse-Myaamia Youth Education Programs -- Aapooši Aahkwaapawaayankwi Once Again We Are Dreaming -- Notes -- 8. Moving in Multiple Worlds: Native Indian Service Employees -- Federal Hiring Policies -- Notes -- Interlude: Working and Between-ness -- Notes -- IV: Beyond Two Worlds -- 9. "born in the opposition": D'Arcy McNickle, Ethnobiographically -- D'Arcy Understood -- D'Arcy Understood -- "I Felt a Terrific Sense of Emotion" (13 September 1933) -- "He is Effecting the Revolution" (25 May 1933) -- "Born in the Opposition" (11 August 1932) -- Juxtapositions and Tellings -- Notes -- 10. To Come to a Better Understanding: Complicating the "Two-Worlds" Trope -- Medicine Men's association: It's not the Thought, It's the Action -- George Sword: Uncomfortable Findings Obscured -- Returning to the "Two-Worlds" Trope -- Notes -- Afterword: How Many Worlds?: Place, Power, and Incommensurability -- One World: Kitsilano Point -- Two Worlds: The Museum of Anthropology -- Many Worlds: Soos Creek -- The Paradox of Place -- Notes -- Contributor Biographies -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Buss, James Joseph Beyond Two Worlds : Critical Conversations on Language and Power in Native North America Albany : State University of New York Press,c2014 9781438453415
Subject Indians of North America -- Ethinic identity.;Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation
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Alt Author Genetin-Pilawa, C. Joseph
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