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The Resource Indography : writing the "Indian" in early modern England, edited by Jonathan Gil Harris

Indography : writing the "Indian" in early modern England, edited by Jonathan Gil Harris

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Indography : writing the "Indian" in early modern England
Title
Indography
Title remainder
writing the "Indian" in early modern England
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jonathan Gil Harris
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Indography: Writing the "Indian" in Early Modern England considers literary and non-literary representations of Indians in early modern English writing in relation to processes of globalization and race formation"--
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DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Harris, Jonathan Gil
Series statement
Signs of race
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  • English literature
  • Indians in literature
  • East Indians in literature
Label
Indography : writing the "Indian" in early modern England, edited by Jonathan Gil Harris
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction : forms of indography / Jonathan Gil Harris -- Indology: discovery, ethnography, pathology -- How to make an Indian : religion, trade, and translation in the legends of M{u4BEE}{u3869}de and Gaspar da Gama / Bindu Malieckal -- Looking for loss, anticipating absence : imagining Indians in the archives and depictions of Roanoke's lost colony / Gina Caison -- From first encounter to "fiery oven" : the effacement of the New England Indian in Mourt's Relation and histories of the Pequot War / Thomas Cartelli -- Trafficking in Tangom{u2BE3}komindge : ethnographic materials in Harriot's A briefe and true report / Kevin Boettcher -- Translation and identity in the Dialogues in the English and Malaiane languages / Melissa Walter -- Playing Indian : John Smith, Pocahontas, and a dialogue about a chain of pearl / Karen Robertson -- Tobacco, Union, and the Indianized English / Craig Rustici -- Sick ethnography : recording the Indian and the ill English body / Jonathan Gil Harris -- Indopoesis : poetry, drama, romance -- Spenser's "Men of Inde" : mythologizing the Indian through the genealogy of faeries / Marion Hollings -- From lunacy to faith : Orlando's own private India in Robert Greene's Orlando Furioso / James W. Stone -- "Enter Orlando with a scarf before his face" : Indians, Moors, and the properties of racial transformation in Robert Greene's The historic of Orlando Furioso / Gavin Hollis -- "Does this become you, Princess?" : East Indian ethopoetics in John Fletcher's The island princess / Jeanette N. Tran -- Playing an Indian queen : Neoplatonism, ethnography, and The temple of love / Amrita Sen -- Made in India : how Meriton Latroon became an Englishman / Carmen Nocentelli -- "A well-born race" : Aphra Behn's The widow ranter; or, The history of Bacon in Virginia and the place of proximity / Sara Eaton -- Afterworld : naming and un-naming "all the Indies" : how India became Hindustan / Jyotsna G. Singh
Control code
ocn755699186
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
vi, 271 pages
Isbn
9780230341371
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Label
Indography : writing the "Indian" in early modern England, edited by Jonathan Gil Harris
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction : forms of indography / Jonathan Gil Harris -- Indology: discovery, ethnography, pathology -- How to make an Indian : religion, trade, and translation in the legends of M{u4BEE}{u3869}de and Gaspar da Gama / Bindu Malieckal -- Looking for loss, anticipating absence : imagining Indians in the archives and depictions of Roanoke's lost colony / Gina Caison -- From first encounter to "fiery oven" : the effacement of the New England Indian in Mourt's Relation and histories of the Pequot War / Thomas Cartelli -- Trafficking in Tangom{u2BE3}komindge : ethnographic materials in Harriot's A briefe and true report / Kevin Boettcher -- Translation and identity in the Dialogues in the English and Malaiane languages / Melissa Walter -- Playing Indian : John Smith, Pocahontas, and a dialogue about a chain of pearl / Karen Robertson -- Tobacco, Union, and the Indianized English / Craig Rustici -- Sick ethnography : recording the Indian and the ill English body / Jonathan Gil Harris -- Indopoesis : poetry, drama, romance -- Spenser's "Men of Inde" : mythologizing the Indian through the genealogy of faeries / Marion Hollings -- From lunacy to faith : Orlando's own private India in Robert Greene's Orlando Furioso / James W. Stone -- "Enter Orlando with a scarf before his face" : Indians, Moors, and the properties of racial transformation in Robert Greene's The historic of Orlando Furioso / Gavin Hollis -- "Does this become you, Princess?" : East Indian ethopoetics in John Fletcher's The island princess / Jeanette N. Tran -- Playing an Indian queen : Neoplatonism, ethnography, and The temple of love / Amrita Sen -- Made in India : how Meriton Latroon became an Englishman / Carmen Nocentelli -- "A well-born race" : Aphra Behn's The widow ranter; or, The history of Bacon in Virginia and the place of proximity / Sara Eaton -- Afterworld : naming and un-naming "all the Indies" : how India became Hindustan / Jyotsna G. Singh
Control code
ocn755699186
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
vi, 271 pages
Isbn
9780230341371
Isbn Type
(hbk)

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