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Author: Jace Weaver
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, ©2001.
Series: American Indian literature and critical studies series, [v. 39]
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jace Weaver
ISBN: 080613352X 9780806133522
OCLC Number: 46538665
Description: xiv, 381 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part one: Literature --
1. In other's words: literature and community --
2. Trickster among the wordies: the work of Gerald Vizenor --
3. Venus on the half-shell? Why not? --
4. Remnants of the first earth: a review --
5. An Übermensch among the Apache: or, Karl May's tour of the Grand Teutons --
6. Clowns and villains: American natives and the American musical --
7. Innocents abroad: or, Smilla has a sense of snow, but our Kanawakes are in Egypt --
8. Hell and highwater --
9. Original simplicities and present complexities: Reinhold Niebuhr, ethnocentrism, and the myth of American exceptionalism --
Part two: Law --
10. Indian presence with no Indians present: NAGPRA and its discontents --
11. Losing my religion: native American traditions and American religious freedom --
12. Triangulated power and the environment: tribes, the Federal government, and the states --
13. Scaling Ríos Montt: indigenous peoples, international human rights, and the Pinochet case --
Part three: Culture --
14. It came from outer space: of museums, meteorites, and messengers of the Gods --
15. Native reformation in Indian country? Forging a relevant spiritual identity among Indian Christians --
16. A biblical paradigm for native liberation --
17. Trickster: the sacred fool --
18. Reaching beyond language: native American eschatology and Apocalyptic Messianism --
19. From I-Hermeneutics to We-Hermeneutics: native Americans and the post-colonial.
Series Title: American Indian literature and critical studies series, [v. 39]
Responsibility: by Jace Weaver.

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