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<h2>Contents</h2> Foreword 000 Anthony F. C. Wallace Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: Revitalization as History and Theory 000 Michael E. Harkin 1. Indian Revolts and Cargo Cults: Ritual Violence and Revitalization in California and New Guinea 000 Maria Lepowsky 2. Visions of Revitalization in the Eastern Woodlands: Can a Middle-Aged Theory Stretch to Embrace the First Cherokee Converts? 000 Joel W. Martin 3. Priests and Prophets: The Politics of Voice in the Pacific 000 Jukka Siikala 4. The Wasitay Religion: Prophecy, Oral Literacy, and Belief on Hudson Bay 000 Jennifer S. H. Brown 5. Revitalization in Wartime Micronesia 000 Lin Poyer 6. Revitalization as Catharsis: The Warm House Cult of Western Oregon 000 Michael E. Harkin 7. The Evolution of Revitalization Movements among the Yangoru Boiken, Papua New Guinea 000 Paul B. Roscoe 8. Recontextualizing Revitalization: Cosmology and Cultural Stability in the Adoption of Peyotism among the Yuchi 000 Jason Baird Jackson 9. New Life for Whom? The Scope of the Trope in Marshall Islands Krijm<o- >j 000 Laurence Marshall Carucci 10. Ogitchida at Waswaaganing: Conflict in the Revitalization of Flambeau Anishinaabe Identity 000 Larry Nesper 11. Expressions of Identity in Tahiti 000 Lisa Henry 12. "Canny about Conflict": Nativism, Revitalization, and the Invention of Tradition in Native Southeastern New England 000 Ann McMullen References Cited 000 List of Contributors 000 Index 000
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