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Ecocriticism and Indigenous Studies.

Author: Salma Monani
Publisher: Taylor and Francis, 2016.
Series: Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Salma Monani
ISBN: 1317449126 9781317449126
OCLC Number: 956521539
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations.
Contents: Foreword by Simon OrtizAcknowledgementsIntroduction: Cosmovisions, Ecocriticism and Indigenous StudiesJoni Adamson and Salma MonaniPart I: ResilienceChapter One: Negotiating the Ontological Gap: Place, Performance, and Media Art Practices in Aotearoa/New ZealandJanine Randerson and Amanda YatesChapter Two: Science Fiction, Westerns, and the Vital Cosmo-ethics of The 6th WorldSalma MonaniChapter Three: Long Environmentalism: After the Listening SessionSubhankar BanerjeeChaoter Four: Grounded in Spiritual Geography: Restoring Naabaahi in Enemy Slayer, a Navajo OratorioLaura TohePart II: ResistanceChapter Five: Dancing at the End of the World: The Poetics of the Body in Indigenous ProtestJanet FiskioChapter Six: New Media, Activism, and Indigenous Environmental Governance: Politics and the Minnesota-Wisconsin Wolf HuntClint Carroll and Angelica LawsonChapter Seven: Cyclical Conceptualizations of Time: Ecocritical Perspectives on Sami Film CulturePietari KaapaChapter Eight: Resistance and Hope in Mohawk Cinema: Iroquois Cosmologies and HistoriesShelley Niro and Salma MonaniPart III: Multi-Species RelationsChapter Nine: A "Network of Networks": Multispecies Stories and Cosmopolitical Activism in Solar Storms and People of the FeatherYalan ChangChapter Ten: Tinai-Documentation as Ecocultural Ethnography: My Experience with Mudugar Rayson AlexChapter Eleven: The Tangibility of Maize: Indigenous Literature, Bioart, and Violence in MexicoAbigail Perez AguileraChapter Twelve: Why Bears, Yakumama (Mother Water), and other Transformational Beings are (Still) Good to Think Joni Adamson and Juan Carlos Galeano, with Illustrations by Solmi AngaritaList of ContributorsIndex
Series Title: Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature


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