Anti-Indianism in Modern America
A Voice From Tatekeya's EarthBook - 2007
A Native American writer, poet, and professor confronts the politics and policies of genocide that continue to destroy the land, livelihood, and culture of Native Americans; examining historical massacres and modern-day hate crimes; and discussing the role Native American studies should take in reasserting tribal literatures, traditions, and politics, arguing that the discipline has been sidelined by anthropology, sociology, postcolonial studies, and ethnic studies.
Publisher: Urbana, Ill. : University of Illinois Press, 2007
Edition: First Illinois paperback ed
Branch Call Number: 305.897073 C7725a 2007
Characteristics: xii, 225 p. ; 23 cm