Table of contents for Cultural representation and contestation in Native America / edited by Andrew Jolivette.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Foreword
	Troy Johnson
			
Introduction
	Andrew Joliv¿tte					
Part I. Contestation and Representation
1. Mapping Contests in Unknown Locations	
	Paula Gunn Allen	
2. Say Hau to Native American Barbie(r)		
	Kim Shuck
3. Liquor Moccasins
	Philip Klasky
4. (Dis)Locating Spiritual Knowledge: Embodied Ideologies, Social Landscapes, and the Power of the Neoshamanic Other
	Sara Sutler-Cohen
5. Mascots in the New Millennium		
Winona LaDuke				
Part II. Contestation and Politics
6. Native American Resistance and Revitalization in the Era of Self-Determination	
	Troy Johnson			
7. Identity, Oral Tradition, and Inter-generational Healing in the Southern Paiute Salt Songs
	Melissa Nelson
8. In the Spirit of Crazy Horse	
	Winona LaDuke					
Part III. Contestation and Mixed Race Identity
9. In the Tracks of 'the' Native Woman 
	Norma Alarc¢n
10. Chapped with Weather and Age: Mixed-Blood Identity and the Shape of History
	Sara Sutler-Cohen		
11. Dunn Playing Indian
	Carolyn Dunn			
12. Examining the Regional and Multi-Generational Context of Creole and American Indian Identity 
	Andrew Joliv¿tte
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians of North America -- Ethnic identity.
Indians of North America -- Civil rights.
Indians of North America -- Politics and government.
Self-determination, National -- United States.