Savage kin : indigenous informants and American anthropologists /
"Illuminating the complex relationships between tribal informants and twentieth-century anthropologists such as Boas, Parker, and Fenton, who came to their communities to collect stories and artifacts"--Provided by publisher.
|Published:||Tucson, Arizona : University of Arizona Press, 2018.|
|Series:||Native peoples of the Americas (Tucson, Ariz.)
First peoples (2010)
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- Series Foreword
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Introduction: A Few Thoughts on Naming
- 1. Watching the Collectors: Dialogical and Material Encounters
- 2. Finding Our Dances: George Hunt and Franz Boas
- 3. Representing Modernity: Beulah Tahamont and Arthur Parker
- 4. Collaborative Kin: Bertha Parker and Mark Harrington
- 5. Resisting Red Power: Jesse Cornplanter and William Fenton
- 6. Indian Stories: Gladys Tantaquidgeon and Frank Speck
- Conclusion: Restorative Methodologies
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