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Red Matters: Native American Studies (review)

Red Matters: Native American Studies (review) ferred to by Kersey does emerge, one wonders why this narrative slides into the popular format it tries to avoid. It could have served as a model for examining the colonial relations between scholars and Native leaders, or it could have remained a series of reflections and thoughts offered by a respected elder. Yet, these criticisms should not detract from the contributions of a talented indigenous leader and a dedicated scholar. Indeed, this book will make its way onto the shelves of bookstores and into the syllabi of American Indian history courses. It also serves as a wonderful addition to the paucity of literature on Native people in Florida during the twentieth century. Readers will definitely enjoy learning about the life and times of Buffalo Tiger, and hopefully this collaborative effort will broaden our understanding of Native struggles for sovereignty and self-determination in an age of colonialism, ethnic strife, and environmental devastation. works cited Horne, Esther Burnett, and Sally McBeth. Essie's Story: The Life and Legacy of a Shoshone Teacher. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1999. xi. Arnold Krupat. Red Matters: Native American Studies. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2002. 167 pp. M. A. Jaimes * Guerrero Under http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in American Indian Literatures uni_neb

Red Matters: Native American Studies (review)

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University of Nebraska Press
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Copyright © 2004 by M. Annette Jaimes
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Abstract

ferred to by Kersey does emerge, one wonders why this narrative slides into the popular format it tries to avoid. It could have served as a model for examining the colonial relations between scholars and Native leaders, or it could have remained a series of reflections and thoughts offered by a respected elder. Yet, these criticisms should not detract from the contributions of a talented indigenous leader and a dedicated scholar. Indeed, this book will make its way onto the shelves of bookstores and into the syllabi of American Indian history courses. It also serves as a wonderful addition to the paucity of literature on Native people in Florida during the twentieth century. Readers will definitely enjoy learning about the life and times of Buffalo Tiger, and hopefully this collaborative effort will broaden our understanding of Native struggles for sovereignty and self-determination in an age of colonialism, ethnic strife, and environmental devastation. works cited Horne, Esther Burnett, and Sally McBeth. Essie's Story: The Life and Legacy of a Shoshone Teacher. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1999. xi. Arnold Krupat. Red Matters: Native American Studies. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2002. 167 pp. M. A. Jaimes * Guerrero Under

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Studies in American Indian Literaturesuni_neb

Published: Nov 8, 2004

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