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Indigenous cosmopolitans : transnational and transcultural indigeneity in the twenty-first century

Author: Maximilian C Forte
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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What happens to indigenous culture and identity when being rooted in a fixed cultural setting is no longer necessary--or even possible? Does cultural displacement mean that indigeneity vanishes? How is being and becoming indigenous (i.e., indiqeneity) experienced and practiced along translocal pathways? How are "new" philosophies and politics of indigenous identification (indigenism) constructed in "new," translocal
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Genre/Form: Congresses and conventions
Kongress
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maximilian C Forte
ISBN: 9781433101021 1433101025
OCLC Number: 319602623
Description: vi, 223 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Indigeneities and cosmopolitanisms / Maximilian C. Forte --
A Carib canoe, circling in the culture of the open sea : submarine currents connecting multiple indigenous shores / Maximilian C. Forte --
Aboriginal hip hoppers : representin' aboriginality in cosmopolitan worlds / Craig Proulx --
David Neel's The young chief-Waxwaxam : a cosmopolitan treatise / Carolyn Butler-Palmer --
Whither the historicities of Alutiiq heritage work are drifting / Arthur Mason --
The Alto Balsas Nahuas : transnational indigeneity and interactions in the world of arts and crafts, the politics of resistance, and the global labor market / Frans J. Schryer --
Transnational migration and indigeneity in Canada : a case study of urban Inuit / Julie-Ann Tomiak and Donna Patrick --
"Same cat, different stripes" : hemispheric migrations, new urban Indian identities, and the consolidation of a cosmopolitan cosmovision / Robin Maria DeLugan --
Indigeneity in tourism : transnational spaces, Pan-Indian identity, and cosmopolitanism / Linda Scarangella --
From wandering Jew to ironic cosmopolite : a semi-utopian postnationalism / Nigel Rapport.
Responsibility: [edited by] Maximilian C. Forte.

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