4 edition of Issues in Native American cultural identity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael K. Green.|
|Series||Critic of institutions ;, vol. 2|
|Contributions||Green, Michael K., 1951-|
|LC Classifications||E98.E85 I77 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||94044264|
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For generations, the Native American culture has been dismantled through war, forced colonization, and hatred. As a result of ignorance and prejudice, their existence has often been reduced to a subject title in our history books as a reminder of the distant past.
Issues in Native American Cultural Identity is a multi-faceted collection of essays that explore the cultural, historical, legal, philosophical, and political significance of cultural identity to the indigenous people and nations of the United States.
In addition to exploring the conceptual and historical conditions for the development of cultural identity, it analyzes and evaluates from a variety of disciplinary perspectives an array of cultural identities that have been assigned to Native.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Cultural identities: challenges for the twenty-first century / Michael K. Green --Noble savages, savage nobles: revolutionary implications of European images of Amerindians / Thomas C. Fiddick --"The voice of law": John Marshall and Indian land rights / Stephen D.
Osborne. These two volumes (with Contemporary Native American Political Issues, ed. Johnson) succeed in conveying the complexity of Native American needs and the cultural context in which they are embedded.
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Silko, like many of her peers in the Native American Movement, offers stories like “Yellow Woman” as a means of enhancing the visibility of Native American experiences. She employs storytelling to preserve Native American cultural identity and to shine a light Issues in Native American cultural identity book some of the problems facing Native Americans today.
13 recommended books about and by American Indians. It’s Native American cultures, not culture singular. and fundamental issues of identity. I went to a predominantly Caucasian elementary school where I was one of a few brown kids.
In that kind of environment, one would assume it would be challenging to balance my cultural identity. Remember, this was in the early 90s when people still got us confused with Native Indians & most people assumed I spoke Spanish.
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Scholars at The University of Texas at Austin are available to address the identity, language and land issues facing Native American communities today.
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Talk about values Native American cultures share, such as respect, sharing, and reverence for living things. Native American culture is found in the roots of this country’s foundation. Often, when considering American history we forget that America was populated BEFORE 18th century colonization.
The culture of Native Americans is one that has been appropriated for hundreds of years, through music, art, dance, etc. Chapter 1 Duane Champagne, Introduction Part 2 I. Native Identity Chapter 3 1. Mihesuah, American Indian Identities: Issues of Individual Choices and Development Chapter 4 2. Churchill, The Crucible of American Indian Identity: Native Tradition versus Colonial Imposition in Postconquest North America Part 5 II.
Gender Chapter 6 : Challenges to American identity. Huntington argues that it is during the s that American identity begins to erode.
This was the result of several factors: The beginning of economic globalization and the rise of global subnational identities; The easing of the Cold War and its end in reduced the importance of national identityAuthor: Samuel P.
Huntington. Topics include identity, gender, the powwow, mass media, health and environmental issues. This book and its companion volume, Contemporary Native American Political Issues, edited by Troy R. Johnson, are ideal teaching tools for instructors in Native American studies, ethnic studies, and anthropology, and important resources for anyone working.
While they still held onto their cultural traditions, they pressured themselves to blend in and become an American. Most American ancestors willingly emigrated to America. Others such as Native Americans, were pushed off their lands and became Americans through default.
Native American identity in the United States is an evolving topic based on the struggle to define "Native American" or "(American) Indian" both for people who consider themselves Native American and for people who do people seek an identity that will provide for a stable definition for legal, social, and personal purposes.
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These studies generally support the importance of cultural values and customs when it comes to promoting the health and well-being of Native American youth. After reviewing the research, we asked the folks at CNAY if any of their youth would provide us with a personal example of the role that their own cultural values have played in their lives.
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For instance, a report by the Center for American Progress suggests that using Native American mascots and team names results in poorer self-esteem and mental health for Native youth and also contributes to the development of cultural biases and prejudices.
The American Psychological Association, citing a number of academic studies on the. European and Native American cultures is the start of our Mixed-American history. Like many other colonization stories, concepts such as culture, religion, trade, and colonialism are tossed in a mix between virtues such as trust, acceptance, and fairness.
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