Off the Reservation: Reflections on Boundary-busting Border-crossing Loose Canons
Beacon Press, 1998 - 262 頁
In this captivating collection of unpublished and published essays, one of our most important scholars, Paula Gunn Allen, explores the symbiotic relationship between Native American culture and the larger Western world. Through her own history and that of other Native peoples, she searches for a connection that will link the eco-spiritual and implicitly multicultural heritage to the demands of an increasingly global and culturally unilateral community.
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, 18, 31, 34, 63, 66, 88 Erdrich, Louise, 166, 170 Ethnic Studies: marginalization ...
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61,63 Wilderness Journal, 59-61 Zelazny, Roger, 98 Wimsatt, Margaret, 103 Zuni
(N.M.), 100, 188 Native American Studies/Women's Studies 'Allen is a pathfinder.
Native American Studies/Women's Studies 'Allen is a pathfinder. ... As significant
as any who have come before." — Quannah Karvar, The Los Angeles Times
Book Review In this captivating collection of unpublished and published essays,
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Poet, novelist, feminist, and English professor (UCLA), Allen draws on her experiences as a woman of mixed Laguna and Lebanese heritage to critique contemporary American culture from the perspective ... 閱讀評論全文
Dont Fence Me In
Notes Toward a Human Revolution
Phantoms and Fantasies in America
All the Good Indians 3 6
American Indian Mysticism
Where Is One Circle ?
Autonomy and Vulnerability
Ethnics in the Western Formalist Situation
Whos Telling This Story Anyway?
Thus Spake Pocahontas
La Franteranarrativities 15 The Autobiography of a Confluence
Yo Cruzo Siete Mares
Going Home December 1992223
Geospiritual Narratives and the American Southwest
Father God and Rape Culture
Empowering Womens Spirituality
Indians Solipsisms and Archetypal Holocausts
The Woman I Love Is a Planet The Planet I Love Is a Tree
Here There Be Coyote