8 edition of Native American literatures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-304) and index.
|Statement||Suzanne Evertsen Lundquist.|
|Series||Continuum studies in literary genre|
|LC Classifications||PS153.I52 L86 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 315 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||315|
|ISBN 10||0826415989, 0826415997|
|LC Control Number||2004014784|
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American Lazarus is the story of how African American and Native American writers forged new tools to re-create their identities. In spite of slavery and subjugation, men like Samson Occom, John Marrant, Richard Allen, and Prince Hall endeavored to raise their people from civic death.
This book is Native American literatures book. Loyalty to the community is the highest value in Native American cultures, argues Jace Weaver. In That the People Might Live, he explores a wide range of Native American literature from to the present, taking this sense of community as both a starting point and a lens.
Weaver considers some of the best known Native American writers, such as Leslie Marmon Silko, Cited by: Although literary scholars usually locate the Native American “renaissance” in the late s and s, the early twentieth century was a period of prolific activity by literate Native people in a wide range of genres and fields: autobiography, novel, short fiction, drama, poetry, ethnography, political writing, and : Margo Lukens.
The Native American Renaissance is a term originally coined by critic Kenneth Lincoln in the book Native American Renaissance to categorise the significant increase in production of literary works by Native Americans in the United States in the late s and onwards.
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An introductory Native American literatures book describes types of oral literatures and life histories, provides a history of Native American literature from to the present, and reprints many excerpts from the texts under discussion.
Studies in American Indian Literatures (SAIL) is the only journal in the United States that focuses exclusively on American Indian a wide scope of scholars and creative contributors, this journal is on the cutting edge of activity in the field.
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About Native American Literatures. Following the structure of other titles in the Continuum Introductions to Literary Genres series, Native American Literatures includes: A broad definition of the genre and its essential elements. A timeline of developments within the genre.
Critical concerns to bear in mind while reading in the genre. Native American literature, also called Indian literature or American Indian literature, the traditional oral and written literatures of the indigenous peoples of the Americas. These include ancient hieroglyphic and pictographic writings of Middle America as well as an extensive set of folktales, myths, and oral histories that were transmitted for centuries by storytellers and that live on in.
Sky Loom offers a dazzling introduction to Native American myths, stories, and songs drawn from previous collections by acclaimed translator and poet Brian Swann. With a general introduction by Swann, Sky Loom is a stunning collection that provides a glimpse into the intricacies and beauties of story and myth, placing them in their cultural, historical, and linguistic : Brian Swann.
Susan Castillo is John Nichol Professor of American Literature at Glasgow University. Her books include Notes from the Periphery: Marginality in North American Literature and Culture (), Engendering Identities () and Native American Women in Literature and Culture (, with Victor Da Rosa).
Ivy Schweitzer is Associate Professor of English at. Finally. A queer recovery of Native literatures that challenges both straight and settler erasures of queer and Two-Spirit presence.
In The Queerness of Native American Literature, Lisa Tatonetti not only restores a history of queer Native literature, but also revises the history of Native American Studies to show us its queer and feminist genealogies. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the American Lazarus: Religion and the Rise of African American and Native American Literatures by Joanna Brooks at Barnes & Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores &. Studies in American Indian Literatures (SAIL) is the only journal in the United States that focuses exclusively on American Indian a wide scope of scholars and creative contributors, the journal is on the cutting edge of activity in the field.
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Native American literatures. Pisa: SEU, (OCoLC) Intended for use by American literature teachers who wish to use a single-volume work offering overviews of the literary traditions of selected minority groups, this book contains not only broad overviews, but also detailed analyses of specific works that constitute significant aspects of the Chicano, Native American, and Asian American by: 7.
In Reading Native American Literature: A Teacher’s Guide, Bruce A. Goebel offers innovative and practical suggestions about how to introduce students to a range of Native American works.
Grounded in the idea that studying tribal cultures will enable students to gain deeper insights into Native literatures, each chapter helps teachers. The Columbia Guide to American Indian Literatures of the United States Since is the first major volume of its kind to focus on Native literatures in a postcolonial context.
Written by a team of noted Native and non-Native scholars, these essays consider the complex social and political influences that have shaped American Indian literatures in the second half.
Get this from a library. Native American literatures: an introduction. [Suzanne Evertsen Lundquist] -- "Following the structure of other titles in the Continuum Introductions to Literary Genres series, Native American Literatures includes: A broad definition of the genre and its essential elements.
Narrative Chance: Postmodern Discourse on Native American Indian Literatures by A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.
Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or. The Handbook of Native American Literature is a unique, comprehensive, and authoritative guide to the oral and written literatures of Native Americans.
It lays the perfect foundation for understanding the works of Native American writers. Divided into three major sections, Native American Oral Literatures, The Historical Emergence of Native American Writing, and A Native. Disclosing the existence and nature of long-standing, rich, and complex Native American literary and intellectual traditions that have typically been neglected or demeaned by literary criticism, Rain Forest Literatures analyzes four indigenous cultural traditions: the Carib, Tupi-Guarani, Upper Rio Negro, and Western Arawak.
In each case, Sá. As Native American writer Geary Hobson states, "A person is judged as Native American because of how he or she views the world, his views about land, home, family, culture, etc." Other topics prevalent in 20th century Native American literature range from.
It is the book that is seen as inaugurating the Native American renaissance. Momaday's other works (The Ancient Child, The Way to Rainy Mountain, The Names, etc.) are all worth a look as well. Leslie Silko's (Laguna Pueblo) Ceremony is one of the very best works of Native literature, but her short fiction is also worth exploring.
The American Indian Culture and Research Journal, the premiere journal in Native American studies, publishes book reviews, literature, and original scholarly papers on a wide range of issues in the fields of history, anthropology, geography, sociology, political science, health, literature, law, education, and the : Rhonda Whithaus.
Native American Literatures. Jane Hafen. Search for more papers by this author. Jane Hafen. Search for more papers by this author. Book Editor(s): Philip J.
Deloria. Search for more papers by this author. Neal Salisbury. Search for more papers by Cited by: 8. This book was followed by Jace Weaver's That the People May Live, which proposes an ethic of "communitism" as a key way to understand tribal literatures. Finally, Craig Womack's Red on Red: Native American Literary Separatism completed the emergence of the three key thinkers of the.
Over the course of the last twenty years, Native American and Indigenous American literary studies has experienced a dramatic shift from a critical focus on identity and authenticity to the intellectual, cultural, political, historical, and tribal nation contexts from which these Indigenous literatures emerge.
Speak like singing: classics of Native American literature / Kenneth erque: University of New Mexico Press, c pp. Main Library PSI52 L55 Speak Like Singing focuses on early books of poetry and prose by select Native writers showcasing the distinct voices and tribal diversities of living than scanning the new-day horizon, Author: Erik Ponder.
The title I’ve chosen for this book is neither original nor, strictly speaking, adequately descriptive of what the reader will find here. Nonetheless, I’ve chosen Red Matters because red has not much mattered as yet, not in the aura of the postcolonial, gender and race, borderlands, cultural, or subaltern studies.
Although there exists at present a solid body of criticism demonstrating the. Focusing on published works by novelists N. Scott Momaday, Leslie Marmon Silko, D'Arcy McNickle, Louise Erdrich, Gerald Vizenor, and other Native American authors, the critical essays in this collection examine translation and representation in tribal literatures, comic and tragic world views, and trickster discourse.
An exploration of the literature, history, and culture of people of mixed African American and Native American descent, When Brer Rabbit Meets Coyote is the first book to theorize an African-Native American literary tradition.
In examining this overlooked tradition, the book prompts a reconsideration of interracial relations in American history. Native Literatures of the Americas primarily publishes collected volumes of newly translated oral literatures and indigenous texts, as well as retranslations of classic texts.
Each volume is accompanied by expert commentary and interpretive contextualization of Indigenous literatures. – Stephanie Fitzgerald for Native Women and Land: Narratives of Dispossession and Resurgence (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, ).
Susan Bernardin for “Acorn Soup Is Good Food: L. Frank, News from Native California, and the Intersections of Literary and Visual Arts” (Studies in American Indian Literatures).
The first so-called Native American Renaissance dates to the s and ’80s, when authors James Welch, Joy Harjo, Leslie Marmon Silko, and Louise Erdrich first became nationally recognized.
But the phrase, even then, was contentious: With its connotation of a “rebirth,” the word “renaissance” suggests there had been a lack of Author: Anne Helen Petersen. This valuable resource book offers teachers an opportunity to learn and to teach about Native American literatures in context.
Susag examines the historical and literary contexts that frame the literary work of Native peoples. Lessons, units, and activities keyed to. This valuable resource book offers teachers an opportunity to learn and to teach about Native American literatures in context.
Susag examines the historical and literary contexts that frame the literary work of Native peoples. Free Sample Chapter. Table of Contents. Nature of the Course /Goals / Assessment. The working (and somewhat arbitrary) definition of American Indian (or Native American) literatures used in this course is the body of oral and written literatures created by Indians within the approximate boundaries of the United States.