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A Separate Country

Postcoloniality and American Indian Nations

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn (author)

ISBN: 9780896727342

Publication Date: Nov 2012

Format: Hardback

Also available as: Paperback  

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn takes academia to task for its much-touted notion that ‘postcoloniality' is the current condition of Indian communities in the United States. She finds the argument neither believable nor useful - at best an ivory-tower initiative on the part of influential scholars, at worst a cruel joke. In this fin de career retrospective, Cook-Lynn gathers evidence that American Indians remain among the most colonized people in the modern world, mired in poverty and disenfranchised both socially and politically.

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Illustrations 3 black and white photographs
Pages 288
Date Published 30 Nov 2012
Publisher Texas Tech University Press
Subject/s Colonialism & imperialism  

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