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  • ISBN: 9781496202123
  • ISBN: 1496202120
  • Physical Description: xi, 254 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2020]

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Introduction: Dangerous for the heart -- 1. "The Manner in Which Knowledge Grows" -- 2. Native Arts' Visual Remix -- 3. Indigenous Arts Movements at Home and Abroad -- 4. On the Other Side of the Ocean -- 5. Postidentity Claims, Realism, and Radical Restructuring -- 6. The Encyclopedic Gaze -- 7. Decentering Durham -- 8. American Indians and Museums: The love/hate relationship -- Conclusion: The good fight -- Notes.
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"'Knowing Native Arts' brings Nancy Marie Mithlo's Native, insider perspective to understanding the significance of indigenous arts in national and global milieus"-- Provided by publisher.
"Knowing Native Arts brings Nancy Marie Mithlo's Native insider perspective to understanding the significance of Indigenous arts in national and global milieus. These musings, written from the perspective of a senior academic and curator traversing a dynamic and at turns fraught era of Native self-determination, are a critical appraisal of a system that is often broken for Native peoples seeking equity in the arts. Mithlo addresses crucial issues, such as the professionalization of Native arts scholarship, disparities in philanthropy and training, ethnic fraud, and the receptive scope of Native arts in new global and digital realms. This contribution to the field of fine arts broadens the scope of discussions and offers insights that are often excluded from contemporary appraisals."--book jacket.
Subject: Indian arts > Study and teaching.
Education, Higher > Aims and objectives.
Museums and Indians.
Cultural awareness.
Cultural awareness.
Education, Higher > Aims and objectives.
Museums and Indians.