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Studies on Ethnicity in the United States of America

By K.A. Bonder


In this portfolio I have attempted to explore various aspects that are tied in with the theme of ethnicity and identity within the United States, and in particular with American Indian culture history and social issues as fragments within the larger historical narrative of the United States. As the problems within American Indian society today stem for a large part from the (paternalistic) relationship between the United States Government and American Indians as a marginalized people, the composition of essays and papers within this portfolio tries to explore various sides of this problem, and to show how the history between the two groups has influenced the social and cultural situation of American Indians today, as well as identity formation

Topics: American Indians, identity, minorities, United States, Red Power, American Indian Movement, boarding schools, inter-generational trauma
Year: 2012
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