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Native American Art in the Twentieth Century
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List of Illustrations Editor's Foreword AcknowledgementsPart 1. Editor's Introduction 1. Fwekes and Nampeyo: Clarifying a Myth-Understanding Joseph Traugott 2. America's Pueblo Artists: Encounters on the Borderlands David W. Penney and Lisa A. Roberts 3. James Houston, Armchair Tourism, and the Marketing of Inuit Art Kristin K. Potter 4. Context for the Growth and Development of the Indian Art World in the 1960's and 1970's Bruce BernsteinPart 2. Editor's Introduction 5. Towards and Aboriginal Art History Gerald McMaster 6. Art History and the Native Made Object: New Discourses, Old Differences? Ruth B. Phillips 7. Hotdogs, A Ball Gown, Adobe and Words: The Modes and Materials of Identity Charlotte Townsend-Gault 8. Independent Indentities Lucy R. Lippard 9. Sanctioned Scribes: How Critics and Historians Write the native American Art World Margaret DubinPart 3. Editor's Introduction 10. The Story as Primary Source: Educating the Gaze Joe Feddersen and Elizabeth Woody 11. Seeking the Spiritual Kay WalkingStick 12. Garden of the Evening Star Colleen Cutschall 13. Honoring Sara Bates Notes on the Contributors Index

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"This wide-ranging volume of essays is an indispensible guide to any art historian or curator of contemporary or modern art who needs to ground themselves in the issues around Native American art and its relation to mainstream Western art history."-"National Gallery of Canada "A substantial contribution to contemporary art history and criticism."-"Choice, 3/00 "This book is by far the finest compendium of a diverse and timely range of discourses on 20th century Native North American art and art history. Rushing has assembled a first-rate group of scholars and artists who consider issues which range from the historical to the theoretical to the spiritual to the aesthetic, and which encompass regions from the Canadian arctic to the desert southwest. This lively volume is a must for all practitioners, historians, and students of Native North American art."-Janet Catherine Berlo, Professor of Art History, University of Rochester

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