Indians in unexpected places /

"Despite the passage of time, our vision of Native Americans remains locked up within powerful stereotypes. That's why some images of Indians can be so unexpected and disorienting: What is Geronimo doing sitting in a Cadillac? Why is an Indian woman in beaded buckskin sitting under a salon...

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Main Author: Deloria, Philip Joseph.
Format: Book
Published: Lawrence, Kan. : University Press of Kansas, ©2004.
Series:Culture America.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : expectation and anomaly
  • Violence : the killings at Lightning Creek
  • Representation : Indian wars, the movie
  • Athletics : "I am of the body" : my grandfather, culture, and sports
  • Technology : "I want to ride in Geronimo's Cadillac"
  • Music : the hills are alive, with the sound of Indian
  • Conclusion : the secret history of Indian modernity.