Traditions of the Osage is a collection of sacred teachings, folk stories, and animal stories in their original language, Osage, between 1910 and 1923.
Subjects: American IndiansAnthropologyFolklore
This precursor to The Way to Rainy Mountain was originally published in a handmade edition in 1967 and has never before been commercially available.
Subjects: American IndiansFolklore
Does Ji-Stu meet his match in the crafty ravens, out to get his most prized possession?
Subjects: American IndiansChildren
A collection of evocative and versatile works by the National Medal of Arts recipient.
Subjects: American IndiansLiteraturePoetry
Chronicles the advent of so-called "western" or "scientific" medicine in the modern era, and how Navajos adapted, but did not compromise their traditional healings ways.
Subjects: American IndiansMedicine
In this path breaking study, anthropologist Nancy Marie Mithlo examines the power of stereotypes, the utility of pan-Indianism, the significance of realist ideologies, and the employment of alterity in Native American arts.
Subjects: ArtAmerican Indians
This volume reveals the insights and aesthetics of Ortiz's indigenous lens.
Subjects: American IndiansLiterary Criticism
The prodigal daughter writes of her travels and return and shares unique photos of her kin.
Subjects: American IndiansLiteratureSouthwestPoetry
"This book is about the ways that the how of the story and the what of the story are intertwined."--from the Introduction
Subjects: American IndiansLiterary CriticismLanguage/LinguisticsAnthropology
A study of native responses to the imposition of Spanish spiritual and secular practices in North America.
Subjects: American IndiansHistory