The papers in this volume were prepared for a February 1996 symposium held in conjunction with the exhibit qInventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art, q organized at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. The essays describe the Harvey/Santa Fe partnership, detailing the effects of the collaboration on tourism in the American Southwest, and showing how the lives of Native American artists and their communities were transformed by the massive scale on which the Fred Harvey Company bought, sold, and popularized American Indian art. Illustrated with small baw historical photos.Indian women and children and domestic arts and their perpetuation a especially those of the aquot;peacefulaquot; Pueblo a were central to the ... and female, are presented as passive, available to the Euro-American viewer a that a colonialist gaze entails domination and mastery, ... The caption reads: aquot;With the earthen jars called a#39;OLLA (of their own manufacture and design) the women of the Pueblo Indiansanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway|
|Author||:||Marta Weigle, Barbara A. Babcock|