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Apsáalooke women and warriors

Author: Nina SandersMarty LopezPhenocia BauerleJoRee LaFranceJanine PeaseAll authors
Publisher: [Chicago, Illinois] : Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, [Chicago, Illinois] : University of Chicago Press Lithuania : BALTO. [2020] ©2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Apsáalooke people, often referred to as the Crow, are known for their bravery and artistry, and their rich culture has developed over centuries in the Northern Plains. The Apsáalooke Women and Warriors project is a multi-format undertaking that presents a rich narrative of the Apsáalooke cultural past, figures the present-day Apsáalooke identity, and presents a vision for the future. Through writing, images,
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Genre/Form: Essay
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illustrated books
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University of Chicago. Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society.
Apsáalooke women and warriors
(OCoLC)1235341968
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nina Sanders; Marty Lopez; Phenocia Bauerle; JoRee LaFrance; Janine Pease; Mary Hudetz; Luella N Brien; Rusty LaFrance; Katherine Nova McCleary; Timothy P McCleary; Aaron B Brien; Meranda Roberts; Jonathan Lear; Hunter Old Elk; Alaka Wali; Dieter Roelstraete; University of Chicago. Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society,; Field Museum of Natural History,
ISBN: 0578549557 9780578549552
OCLC Number: 1125352981
Language Note: Text in American English.
Event notes: "Apsáalooke Women and Warriers" :
March 13, 2020-April 4, 2021,
Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
"Apsáalooke Women and Warriers" :
March 12, 2020-August 21, 2020,
Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Description: 223 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), map, portraits, photographs ; 26 cm
Contents: Foreword / Nina Sanders --
Shiipdeetdeesh / Marty Lopez --
Mapping our world / Phenocia Bauerle --
Portfolio / Allen Knows His Gun --
Letter to my people / JoRee LaFrance --
Portfolio / Adam Sings in the Timber & JoRee LaFrance --
Midwifery and Women's Health / Janine Pease --
The Crow federated women's club / Janine Pease --
Ishbinnaacheiitchiish / Janine Pease --
Portfolio / Ben Pease --
"We have a lot of love" / Mary Hudetz --
The women who carry this wisdom / Luella N. Brien --
Recognizing and reclaiming Batée / Rusty LaFrance & Katherine Nova McCleary --
Portfolio / Del Curfman --
A history of the Apsáalooke / Timothy P. McCleary --
Portfolio / Kevin Red Star --
Shield stories through Biiluuke eyes / Aaron B. Brien --
Portfolio: war shields --
Chiishxaxxish / Aaron B. Brien --
With a good heart: learning from the Apsáalooke war shields / Meranda Roberts --
Apitisaash / Timothy P. McCleary --
Biiawacheeiitchiish / Janine Pease --
Peelaatchiiwaaxpaash / Nina Sanders --
Alaxcheeahuush / Timothy P. McCleary --
After "after this..." / Jonathan Lear --
Good horses to lead: a Crow fair memory / Hunter Old Elk --
Chiichiaxxawassuua / Hunter Old Elk --
Portfolio / Bethany Yellowtail --
Antecedents and consequences / Alaka Wali --
Present: Visible women and warriors / Dieter Roelstraete.
Responsibility: Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society.

Abstract:

The Apsáalooke people, often referred to as the Crow, are known for their bravery and artistry, and their rich culture has developed over centuries in the Northern Plains. The Apsáalooke Women and Warriors project is a multi-format undertaking that presents a rich narrative of the Apsáalooke cultural past, figures the present-day Apsáalooke identity, and presents a vision for the future. Through writing, images, and sound, contemporary Apsáalooke artists and intellectuals convey the worldview of the Apsáalooke people, with each contributor offering a unique perspective. This book accompanies a multi-site exhibition at the Field Museum and the Neubauer Collegium. It combines images of contemporary and historic Apsáalooke cultural items and includes essays by Apsáalooke writers. While it works in concert with the exhibition, it also stands alone as a significant exploration of the iconography, lifeways, and cosmologies of the Apsáalooke people. All proceeds from this book will benefit Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency, Montana.

"The Apsáalooke people, also known as the Crow, are noted for their bravery and artistry, twin pillars of a centuries-old culture rooted in the landscape of the Northern Plains. This book, published in conjunction with a multi-site exhibition jointly organized by the Field Museum and the Neubauer Collegium at the University of Chicago, offers a rich narrative of the Apsáalooke paste with a keen eye on issues that concern present-day Apsáalooke identity. Apsáalooke Women and Warriors features contributions by contemporary Apsáalooke artists, intellectuals, and writers. Together, they constitute a major statement on the cosmologies, iconographies, and lifeways of the Apsáalooke people past, present--and, above all--future."

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