Daughters of Mother Earth is nothing less than a new way of looking at history--or more correctly, the reestablishment of a very old way. It holds that for too long, elements unnatural to Native American ways of knowing have been imposed on the study of Native America. Euro-American discourse styles, emphasizing elite male privilege and conceptual linearity, have drowned out the democratic and woman-centered Native approaches. This book seeks to redress that balance, allowing the Daughters of Mother Earth to reclaim their ancient responsibility to speak in council, to tell the truth, to guide the rising generations through spirit-spoken wisdom.61a63; Barbara Alice Mann, a#39;a#39;The Greenville Treaty of 1795: Pen-and-Ink Witchcraft in the Struggle for the Old ... 199; Barbara Alice Mann, a#39;a#39;a#39;A Man of Miserya#39;: Chitto Harjo and the Senate Select Committee on Oklahoma Statehood, a#39;a#39; in Barbara Alice Mann (ed.), Native American Speakers of the Eastern Woodlands: Selected Speeches and Critical Analyses (Westport, CT: Greenwood , 2001), pp. ... For an intensive look at boarding school problems, see Weeping for the Lost Matriarchy 67.
|Title||:||Daughters of Mother Earth|
|Author||:||Barbara Alice Mann|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2006-01-01|