Table of contents for Learning to be an anthropologist and remaining "Native" : selected writings / Beatrice Medicine ; edited with Sue-Ellen Jacobs ; forewords by Ted Garner and Faye V. Harrison.


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PART 1: BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY
     1. Learning to Be an Anthropologist and Remaining "Native" 3
PART 2: EDUCATION
     2. "Speaking Indian": Parameters of Language Use among
     American Indians 19
     3. Bilingual Education and Public Policy: The Cases of the
     American Indian 35
     4. Contemporary Cultural Revisitation: Bilingual and
     Bicultural Education 50
     5. "The Schooling Process": Some Lakota (Sioux) Views 58
     6. Self-Direction in Sioux Education 66
     7. My Elders Tell Me 73
     8. Higher Education: A New Arena for Native Americans 83
     9. The Interaction of Culture and Sex Roles in the Schools 91
     10. Native American (Indian) Women: A Call for Research o108



PART 3: GENDER AND CULTURAL IDENTITIES
     11. Changing Native American Roles in an Urban Context and
     Changing Native American Sex Roles in an Urban Context 117
     12. "Warrior Women": Sex Role Alternatives for Plains
     Indian Women 128
     13. Indian Women: Tribal Identity as Status Quo 137
     14. The Role of American Indian Women in Cultural Continuity
     and Transition 147
     15. North American Indigenous Women and Cultural
     Domination 153
     16. Carrying the Culture: American Indian and Alaska Native
     Women Workers 16i
     17. Lakota Star Quilts: Commodity, Ceremony, and
     Economic Development 167
PART 4: BELIEFS AND WELL-BEING
     18. Native American Resistance to Integration: Contemporary
     Confrontations and Religious Revitalization 177
     19. American Indian Women: Spirituality and Status 191
     20. American Indian Women: Mental Health Issues Which Relate to
     Drug Abuse 197
     21. New Roads to Coping: Siouan Sobriety 207
     22. Alcohol and Aborigines: The North American Perspective 228
PART 5: FAMILIES
     23. The Changing Dakota Family and the Stresses Therein 239
     24. American Indian Family: Cultural Change and
     Adaptive Strategies 254
PART 6: ANTHROPOLOGY
     25. Ella C. Deloria: The Emic Voice 269
     26. Anthropology as the Indian's Image-Maker 289
     27. The Native American 295



     28. Oral History as Truth: Validity in Recent Court Cases Involving
     Native Americans 312
     29. Finders Keepers 317
     30. American Indians and Anthropologists: Issues of History,
     Empowerment, and Application 323








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Indians of North America, Dakota Indians, Indian women North America, Women anthropologists United States, Medicine, Beatrice