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Ts?yi

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ISBN : 0816523711
Genre : Poetry
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A collection of poetry and lyrical writings by Native American poet Laura Tohe celebrating Canyon de Chelly, accompanied by full-color photographs.

Voices From Bears Ears

Author : Rebecca Robinson
ISBN : 9780816538058
Genre : Nature
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In late 2016, President Barack Obama designated 1.35 million acres of public lands in southeastern Utah as Bears Ears National Monument. On December 4, 2017, President Donald Trump shrank the monument by 85 percent. A land rich in human history and unsurpassed in natural beauty, Bears Ears is at the heart of a national debate over the future of public lands. Through the stories of twenty individuals, and informed by interviews with more than seventy people, Voices from Bears Ears captures the passions of those who fought to protect Bears Ears and those who opposed the monument as a federal “land grab” that threatened to rob them of their economic future. It gives voice to those who have felt silenced, ignored, or disrespected. It shares stories of those who celebrate a growing movement by Indigenous peoples to protect ancestral lands and culture, and those who speak devotedly about their Mormon heritage. What unites these individuals is a reverence for a homeland that defines their cultural and spiritual identity, and therein lies hope for finding common ground. Journalist Rebecca Robinson provides context and perspective for understanding the ongoing debate and humanizes the abstract issues at the center of the debate. Interwoven with these stories are photographs of the interviewees and the land they consider sacred by photographer Stephen E. Strom. Through word and image, Robinson and Strom allow us to both hear and see the people whose lives are intertwined with this special place.

Ecocriticism And Indigenous Studies

Author : Salma Monani
ISBN : 9781317449126
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book addresses the intersections between the interdisciplinary realms of Ecocriticism and Indigenous and Native American Studies, and between academic theory and pragmatic eco-activism conducted by multiethnic and indigenous communities. It illuminates the multi-layered, polyvocal ways in which artistic expressions render ecological connections, drawing on scholars working in collaboration with Indigenous artists from all walks of life, including film, literature, performance, and other forms of multimedia to expand existing conversations. Both local and global in its focus, the volume includes essays from multiethnic and Indigenous communities across the world, visiting topics such as Navajo opera, Sami film production history, south Indian tribal documentary, Maori art installations, Native American and First Nations science-fiction literature and film, Amazonian poetry, and many others. Highlighting trans-Indigenous sensibilities that speak to worldwide crises of environmental politics and action against marginalization, the collection alerts readers to movements of community resilience and resistance, cosmological thinking about inter- and intra-generational multi-species relations, and understandings of indigenous aesthetics and material ecologies. It engages with emerging environmental concepts such as multispecies ethnography, cosmopolitics, and trans-indigeneity, as well as with new areas of ecocritical research such as material ecocriticism, biosemiotics, and media studies. In its breadth and scope, this book promises new directions for ecocritical thought and environmental humanities practice, providing thought-provoking insight into what it means to be human in a locally situated, globally networked, and cosmologically complex world.

Native America

Author : Daniel S. Murphree
ISBN : 9780313381263
Genre : History
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Discusses Native American history through the lens of all fifty U.S. states in which American Indians lived or helped shape, featuring for each state a chronology, historical overview, cultural contributions, and notable Indians.

American Indian Culture And Research Journal

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ISBN : UCSC:32106019129839
Genre : Indians of North America
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Pragmatics

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105213163426
Genre : Electronic journals
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Stories Through Theories Theories Through Stories

Author : Gordon Henry
ISBN : UOM:39076002899404
Genre : Literary Collections
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Stories Through Theories/Theories Through Stories explores the uneasy relations--often contentious, sometimes complicit--between American Indian Literature and literary theory. This collection of essays--sometimes playfully but always insistently--changes our readings of Native works and challenges our roles as intellectual guides until we step deeper into the ambiguous territories where writer, listener, reader, and critic intersect.Taken together, these essays provide compelling evidence for looking at primary Native cultures, authors, and histories as enrichments of Native literature.

World Literature Today

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105029523813
Genre : Bibliography
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This Desert Hides Nothing

Author : Ellen Meloy
ISBN : 1948814285
Genre : Nature
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Prose from selected writings of Pulitzer Prize finalist Ellen Meloy paired with original desert photography by Stephen Strom.

Colonial Latin American Historical Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015079804442
Genre : Latin America
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Earth Forms

Author : Gregory MacNamee
ISBN : PSU:000067180691
Genre : Photography
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The most powerful and memorable images from Stephen Strom's collection of Southwest American landscapes, brought together for the first time. He captures the land, shaped by both millennial forces of prehistory as well as yesterday's cloudburst. The images compress vast desert spaces in an illusion of intimacy and comprehension, presenting undulations of colour and form which appear reimagined in a light that at once penetrates and sculpts. Having spent over two decades living in the desert, Strom exposes his unique sensibilities to capture this place.

Otero Mesa

Author : Gregory McNamee
ISBN : 082634397X
Genre : Nature
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Full-color images by renowned photographers Stephen Strom and Stephen Capra unite with text by prizewinning nature and geography writer Gregory McNamee to document the subtle landscape of 1.2 million acres of remote Chihuahuan Desert grassland in southern New Mexico. Home to many species of wildlife and native plants, Otero Mesa is a place of extraordinary beauty and ecological significance faced with the increasing threat of oil and gas development that has plagued the Rocky Mountain West. "It is a strange and empty place, a place whose contours suggest that those who do not know it are best to leave it alone, as those who do know it will do in all events. And, as with all strange and empty places in this increasingly crowded, increasingly monocultural world, Otero Mesa is an important island in our geography of hope, a place that warrants concern and protection. Rightly, for it is very much under threat."--Gregory McNamee inOtero Mesa

Dry Rivers And Standing Rocks

Author : Scott Thybony
ISBN : UOM:39015050810251
Genre : Nature
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"It looks like a reference book and reads like poetry. Readers, teachers, hikers, cartographers, even crossword puzzlers will love it. Neither scholarly nor comprehensive, this is a collection to make you think. It contains paired words like standing rock, grafts like snaggletooth, loners like hoodoo. It recharges the familiar in focusing on a word like yonder, which the author describes poignantly as "compressing the history of the West into a single longing.""--BOOK JACKET.

The Kokopelli Journals

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ISBN : UVA:X030011486
Genre : Animal rescue
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The Kokopelli Journals is a spiritual odyssey through the Four Corners region of the Southwest, immediately post 9/11, as Laura & Pete Giannini/y try to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. In the course of their travels, Laura finds a Navajo reservation pup starving to death in Monument Valley. Intending on only finding a home for this puppy, she ends up becoming attached - and, ultimately - wanted by Arizona law in a Wild West adventure akin to Thelma & Louise! A love story for animal lovers and lovers of life and anyone intrigued by the natural wonders of the American Southwest and her history & lore. The Kokopelli Journals is illustrated by the author and has 5 maps of the region, as well as poetry by e.e. cummings, Kahlil Gibran, Thomas Harding, & the author. It also has multiple cartoons interwoven into the story, mostly by Wiley Miller, Non Sequitor's cartoonist. Printed on beautiful, archival paper with 20 years of Forest Stewardship Awards behind it, this is a first class, first edition destined to become a collector's item.

Beyond The Rainbow

Author : Clyde Kluckhohn
ISBN : UVA:X000300360
Genre : Colorado River
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The anthropologist recounts his travels through the Navajo country of northern New Mexico and Arizona, and his stay at Wild Horse Mesa in Utah, in a volume that describes the lifeways of Navjaos and Hopis.

Memoirs Of The American Folk Lore Society

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105010216211
Genre : Folklore
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Water Supply Paper

Author : Geological Survey (U.S.)
ISBN : UOM:39015001484933
Genre : Irrigation
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Plateau

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ISBN : UCSC:32106011702005
Genre : Arizona
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Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings

Author : Southern Anthropological Society
ISBN : 0820304778
Genre : Anthropology
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The Long Walk

Author : Robert E. Vardeman
ISBN : 0786003057
Genre : Fiction
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An epic of the western frontier brings together Manuelito, a warrior sworn to free his people from white tyranny; Joseph, who desperately seeks his abducted wife and son; and Shining Eyes, a man torn between two cultures. Original.

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