The Black Elk reader /

New critical readings of Black Elk, which show his profound influence on mainstream American thought and culture.

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Other Authors: Holler, Clyde.
Format: Book
Published: Syracuse : Syracuse University Press, 2000.
Edition:1st ed.
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245 0 4 |a The Black Elk reader /  |c edited by Clyde Holler. 
250 |a 1st ed. 
260 |a Syracuse :  |b Syracuse University Press,  |c 2000. 
300 |a xxvi, 370 pages ;  |c 23 cm 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages 325-364) and index. 
505 0 |a Black Elk passes on the power of the Earth: Black Elk's purpose and use of Lakota literary tradition in creating Black Elk speaks / Ruth J. Heflin -- Speaking through others: Black Elk speaks as testimonial literature / R. Todd Wise -- Black Elk's significance in American culture / Amanda Porterfield -- Akicita of the thunder: horses in Black Elk's vision / Julian Rice -- John Neihardt and Black Elk speaks: a personal reminiscence / George W. Linden -- Black Elk and John G. Neihardt / Hilda Neihardt, R. Todd Wise -- A retrospective on Black Elk: holy man of the Oglala / Michael F. Steltenkamp -- A postcolonial reading of Black Elk / Dale Stover -- Just what is cultural appropriation, anyway? The Ethics of reading Black Elk speaks / Frances W. Kaye -- Inipi, the purification rite (sweat lodge), and Black Elk's account in The sacred pipe / Gregory P. Fields -- Black Elk and the spiritual significance of Paha sapa (the Black Hills) / Alexandra Witkin-New Holy -- Dakota philosophy / George W. Linden -- The great vision of Black Elk as literary ritual / R. Todd Wise -- The new missiology and Black Elk's individuation / Paul B. Steinmetz -- Black Elk and the Jesuits / Ross Enochs -- Sources and suggestions for further study of Black Elk and Lakota culture / Raymond A. Bucko. 
520 0 |a New critical readings of Black Elk, which show his profound influence on mainstream American thought and culture. 
520 0 |a This book includes both new essays and revised versions of classic works by recognized authorities of Black Elk. Clyde Holler's introduction explores his life and texts, and illustrates his relevance to today's scholarly discussions. 
520 0 |a Dale Stover considers Black Elk from a postcolonial perspective, and R. Todd Wise investigates thc similarities between Black Elk Speaks and the Testimonio (as exemplified by I, Rigoberta Menchu: An Indian Woman in Guatemala). Anthropologist Raymond A. Bucko provides an annotated bibliography and a sensitive guide to the issues surrounding cultural appropriation, a subject also explored through Frances Kaye's engaging reading of Hawthorne's The Marble Fawn. Classic essays by Julian Rice and George W. Linden are included in thc collection as well as Hilda Neihardt's reflections on the 1931 and 1944 interviews with Black Elk. 
520 0 |a With its unusually broad range of academic disciplines and perspectives, this book shows that Black Elk stands at the intersection of today's scholarly discussions. In addition to scholars of religion, anthropology, multicultural literature, and Native American studies, The Black Elk Reader will appeal to a general audience. 
600 0 0 |a Black Elk,  |d 1863-1950.  |t Black Elk speaks. 
600 1 0 |a Neihardt, John G.,  |d 1881-1973. 
650 0 |a Oglala Indians  |v Biography. 
650 0 |a Oglala Indians  |x Religion. 
650 0 |a Lakota Indians. 
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700 1 |a Holler, Clyde. 
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