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From a native son : selected essays in indigenism, 1985-1995

From a native son : selected essays in indigenism, 1985-1995

Author: Ward Churchill
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : South End Press, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Essay
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ward Churchill
ISBN: 0896085538 9780896085534 0896085546 9780896085541
OCLC Number: 34984190
Description: xix, 588 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Howard Zinn --
Deconstructing the Columbus myth: was the "great discoverer" Italian or Spanish, Nazi or Jew? --
Since predator came: a survey of native North America --
The earth is our mother: struggles for American Indian land and liberation in the contemporary United States --
Genocide in Arizona?: the "Navajo-Hopi land dispute" in perspective --
Native North America: the political economy of radioactive colonialism, with Winona LaDuke --
Like sand in the wind: the making of an American Indian diaspora in the United States --
Death squads in the United States: confessions of a government terrorist --
White studies: the intellectual imperialism of U.S. higher education --
Literature and the colonization of American Indians --
A little matter of genocide: colonialism and the expropriation of indigenous spiritual tradition in academia --
Another dry white season: Jerry Mander's In the Absence of the Sacred --
Spiritual Hucksterism: the rise of the plastic medicine men --
Indians "R" us: reflections on the "men's movement" --
Fantasies of the master race: categories of stereotyping American Indians in film --
Lawrence of South Dakota: Dances with Wolves and the maintenance of the American empire --
And they did it like dogs in the dirt ... an indigenist analysis of Black Robe --
Let's spread the "fun" around: the issue of sports team names and mascots --
In the matter of Julius Streicher: applying Nuremberg standards to the United States --
Semantic masturbation on the left: a barrier to unity and action --
False promises: an indigenist perspective on Marxist theory and practice --
Nobody's pet poodle: Jimmie Durham, an artist for native North America --
Another vision of America: Simon J. Ortiz's From Sand Creek --
I am indigenist: notes on the ideology of the fourth world --
Works by author, 1980-1996.
Responsibility: Ward Churchill ; with an introduction by Howard Zinn.


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