Toward A Native American Critical Theory

Author: Elvira Pulitano
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803237377
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"Unlike Western interpretations of Native American literatures and cultures in which external critical methodologies are imposed on Native texts, ultimately silencing the primary voices of the texts themselves, Pulitano's work examines ...

The Cambridge Companion To Native American Literature

Author: Joy Porter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139827022
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Other general works useful to both beginners and those more knowledgeable
about American Indian literature include: ( i ) edited collections of essays, such as
Laura Coltelli's Native American Literature (1989), Richard F. Fleck's Critical ... or
region, such as Robert Nelson's Place and Vision (1993) and Eric Gary
Anderson's American Indian Literature and the Southwest (1999) - or those
focusing on criticism, such as Elvira Pulitano's Toward a Native American Critical
Theory (2003).

The Poetry And Poetics Of Gerald Vizenor

Author: Deborah L. Madsen
Publisher: UNM Press
ISBN: 0826352510
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Just as Womack's Red on Red is a lynchpin in current understandings of
American Indian nationalism in literary studies, so Pulitano's 2003 Toward a
Native American Critical Theory is central to recent definitions of literary
cosmopolitanism within the field. Thus, although neither author is by any means
the first to claim their particular critical perspective, they have become the iconic
texts in the scholarly conversation about nationalism and cosmopolitanism in the
past five years.

Red Pedagogy

Author: Sandy Grande
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 161048990X
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This ground-breaking text explores the intersection between dominant modes of critical educational theory and the socio-political landscape of American Indian education.

Native American Literatures

Author: Suzanne Evertsen Lundquist
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1441136134
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Late twentieth and early twenty-first century Native American literary theory is
caught up with the relationship between individual authors, tribal politics, and
global literary concerns. Critical issues involve representation ... Professor of
American Indian Literature and Intellectual History at Stanford University, Robert
Allen Warrior (Osage) discusses four historical literary periods in the movement
of Native intellectuals toward a Native American aesthetic. The first two periods,
the post— ...

In The Belly Of A Laughing God

Author: Jennifer Courtney Elizabeth Andrews
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 0802035671
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To try to avoid cultivating an 'us-them' dichotomy, I have used the adjectival term
– rather than the noun – 'Native' throughout this book. In addition, I have decided
to limit the number of terms used for the sake of clarity and generalization. See
Shari M. Huhndorf's Mapping the Americas: The Transnational Politics of
Contemporary Native Culture for a similarly transnational approach to Native
Canadian and American texts. Elvira Pulitano's Toward a Native American
Critical Theory has ...

American Indian Quarterly

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process of creating a Native American Critical theory. Western, dominant cultural
influence is a given. It is the many communities who may not be using the rarified
language of theory but are nonetheless acting on their own behalf for the sake of
cultural survival that are being too easily overlooked. And it is far more interesting
to see how these communities operate from that crossbreed position to
emphasize their process, their right to journey, than it is to see Pulitano use old ...

Native Directions

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Book Reviews the American Indian Experience by Dawn Botsford Norwegian/
German. Toward a Native American Critical Theory by Elvira Pulitano Toward a
Native American Critical Theory articulates the foundations and boundaries of a
distinctive Native American critical theory in this postcolonial era. In the first book-
length study devoted to this subject, Elvira Pulitano offers a survey of the
theoretical underpinnings of works by noted Native writers Paula Gunn Allen,
Robert Warrior, ...

Western American Literature

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for. Toward. a. Native. American. Critical. Theory. claims. that. Elvira. Pulitano's
study is “controversial and persuasive" as it “defines the parameters of a unique
Native American critical discourse.” Indeed, this analysis of Native American
critical theory has generated much discussion, including a panel refuting the
work at the 2005 Native American Literature Symposium as well as six largely
negative reviews of the book in the Winter/Spring 2005 issue of American Indian
Quarterly.