Studying Native America : problems and prospects / edited by Russell Thornton.
By: Thornton, RussellLanguage: English Publisher: Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.Description: xvii, 443p. ; 23cm.ISBN: 0299160645
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Includes notes. - Contents: 1, Native Americans today. The demography of colonialism / R. Thornton; Perspectives on Native American identity / R.D. Fogelson; Native Americans and the trauma of history / Bonnie Duran [et al]; 2, The development of Native American studies. Institutional and intellectual histories / R. Thornton; 3, Native American studies and the disciplines: literature, lingyuistics, anthropology and history. Literature and students in the emergence of Native American studies / R.A Warrior; "Writing Indian" / K.W. Shanley; Linguistics and languages / J. Randolph Valentine; Native American studies and the end of ethnohistory / Melissa L. Meyer, K. Lee Klein; Using the past / Richard White; 4, Five topics for Native American studies. The Eagle's empire / Bernard Strickland; Truth and tolerance in Native American epistemology / John H. Moore; Kinship / R.L. DeMallie; Directions in Native American science and technology / C.S. Kidwell, P. Nabokov; Who owns our past? The repatriation of Native American human remains and cultural objects / R. Thornton.