Native American Women -- Cultural Roles
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is Native American women.
· Albers, Patricia, and Medicine, Beatrice, eds., The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women, University Press of America, 1983.
· Gunn Allen, Paula, and Cark Smith, Patricia, eds., As Long as the River Flows: The Stories of Nine Native Americans, Scholastic Press, 1996.
· Deloria, Ella, Waterlilly, University of Nebraska Press, 1988; traces the life of a Sioux girl from girlhood to womanhood.
· Jaimes, M. Annette, with Halsey, Theresa, "American Indian Women: At the Center of Indigenous Resistance in Contemporary North America," pp. 311-44, in The State of Native America: Genocide, Colonization, and Resistance, ed. by M. Annette Jaimes, South End Press, 1992.
· Jaimes-Guerrero, M.A., "Red Warrior Women: Exemplars of Indigenism in 'Native Womanism,'" as a theoretical overview in Asian Women Journal, Research Institute of Asian Women, Sookmyung University Press, pp. 1-25, Vol. 9, Dec. 1999.
· Chaudhuri, Jean, and Chaudhuri, Joyotpaul, A Sacred Path: The Way of the Muscogee Creeks, UCLA American Indian Studies Center, 2001.
· Brant, Beth, ed., A Gathering of Spirit: A Collection by North American Indian Women, Firebrand Books, 1984.
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