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The Resource Individuality incorporated : Indians and the multicultural modern, Joel Pfister, (electronic book)

Individuality incorporated : Indians and the multicultural modern, Joel Pfister, (electronic book)

Label
Individuality incorporated : Indians and the multicultural modern
Title
Individuality incorporated
Title remainder
Indians and the multicultural modern
Statement of responsibility
Joel Pfister
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NcD
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Pfister, Joel
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E98.C89
LC item number
P45 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
New Americanists
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  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Whites
  • Individualism
  • Indians in literature
  • Indians in popular culture
  • United States
  • United States
Label
Individuality incorporated : Indians and the multicultural modern, Joel Pfister, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction: Lessons Indians Can Teach -- American Studies about the Rule of Individuality -- PART ONE. Categorizing and Institutionalizing Indians and Individuals. 1 Carlisle as Individualizing Factory: Making Indians, Individuals, Workers. Digesting "Indians": Assimilation as Individualizing. Possessive and Domestic Individualizing: Treason to the Tribe. Complexity, Critical Thinking, and Performance at Carlisle. Pratt's Carlisle (1879-1904): Class, Race, Warfare. Carlisle, Consumer Culture, and Loaded Cultural Relativism (1904-1918). Education for What? 2 The School of Savagery: "Indian" Formations of Subjectivity and Carlisle. Literary Indianizing: Discourses of Native Cultural Subjectivity. Parodying Parroting: Faking Individual and Indian -- PART TWO. Multicultural Modernity Incorporated. 3 Modernist Multiculturalism: Lawrence, Luhan, and the White Therapeutic Indianizing of "Lost" White Individuality. Toward Therapeutic Imperialism: Garland and the Modernizing of Digestion Management. White Therapeutic Primitivism and the Indian Business: Environmental, Soulful, and Literary "Indians." Giving Them the Business: "Indians" in the Therapeutic and Modernist Marketplace. Rhythmic Ethnomodernism: Luhan, Lawrence, Austin, and the Fantasy of Individualized Liberation in Tribal Scenes. "Indians" in the Bloodstream: The Politics of Lawrence's Psychological Critique of American Individualizing. 4 Indians Inc. Collier's New Deal Diversity Management. Collier's Saviourism: Radical Polemicist against Individualizing. Anti-Imperial Romanticism: Collier as Social Theorist of "Indians." Imperial Self-Government: Reorganizing "Indians." Detours from the Therapeutic: La Farge's and McNickle's Fictions. Taos, Collier, and the Multicultural Containment of Critique. Afterword: Diversity Incorporated and World Americanization -- Appendix 1. Notes on Natives and Socialism -- Appendix 2. A Proposal to Reopen Carlisle
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 340 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780822332541
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Individuality incorporated : Indians and the multicultural modern, Joel Pfister, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction: Lessons Indians Can Teach -- American Studies about the Rule of Individuality -- PART ONE. Categorizing and Institutionalizing Indians and Individuals. 1 Carlisle as Individualizing Factory: Making Indians, Individuals, Workers. Digesting "Indians": Assimilation as Individualizing. Possessive and Domestic Individualizing: Treason to the Tribe. Complexity, Critical Thinking, and Performance at Carlisle. Pratt's Carlisle (1879-1904): Class, Race, Warfare. Carlisle, Consumer Culture, and Loaded Cultural Relativism (1904-1918). Education for What? 2 The School of Savagery: "Indian" Formations of Subjectivity and Carlisle. Literary Indianizing: Discourses of Native Cultural Subjectivity. Parodying Parroting: Faking Individual and Indian -- PART TWO. Multicultural Modernity Incorporated. 3 Modernist Multiculturalism: Lawrence, Luhan, and the White Therapeutic Indianizing of "Lost" White Individuality. Toward Therapeutic Imperialism: Garland and the Modernizing of Digestion Management. White Therapeutic Primitivism and the Indian Business: Environmental, Soulful, and Literary "Indians." Giving Them the Business: "Indians" in the Therapeutic and Modernist Marketplace. Rhythmic Ethnomodernism: Luhan, Lawrence, Austin, and the Fantasy of Individualized Liberation in Tribal Scenes. "Indians" in the Bloodstream: The Politics of Lawrence's Psychological Critique of American Individualizing. 4 Indians Inc. Collier's New Deal Diversity Management. Collier's Saviourism: Radical Polemicist against Individualizing. Anti-Imperial Romanticism: Collier as Social Theorist of "Indians." Imperial Self-Government: Reorganizing "Indians." Detours from the Therapeutic: La Farge's and McNickle's Fictions. Taos, Collier, and the Multicultural Containment of Critique. Afterword: Diversity Incorporated and World Americanization -- Appendix 1. Notes on Natives and Socialism -- Appendix 2. A Proposal to Reopen Carlisle
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 340 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780822332541
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote

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