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Keating, Neal B
Iroquois art, power, and history / Neal B. Keating
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, c2012
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 3rd Floor  E99.I7 K33 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Iroquois art -- History
Iroquois Indians -- History
Iroquois Indians -- Social life and customs
Physical Description xi, 348 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 27 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents The era of autonomy : circa 3000 BCE-1535 CE -- [pt.] 1. The colonial era : 1535-1800. Tree paintings : pictures along passages ; Other expressive strategies used during the colonial era : manifestations of identity -- [pt.] 2. The neocolonial era : 1800-1950. Phase 1, From revolution to reservations : removal, extinguishment, and watercolors ; Phase 2, Industrialization and the culture salvage industry : ritual artists, frozen imaginaires, and Sunday painters -- [pt.] 3. The decolonizing era : 1950-present. The termination phase : 1950-1970 ; The Wounded Knee phase : 1970-1990 ; The Oka phase : 1990-present -- Conclusion : Decolonizing the past and present -- Appendix A. Documentary research on late twentieth-century Iroquois art -- Appendix B. Haudenosaunee painters and photographers documented in the Iroquois Arts 2 Project 1996-2002
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