Thinking in Indian Collected Essays of John Mohawk

ISBN-10: 1555917380
ISBN-13: 9781555917388
Edition: 2010
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Description: Thinking in Indian: A John Mohawk Reader presents the Native perception of philosopher-thinker-activist John Mohawk (Sotsisowah). An elder of the Seneca Nation and a deeply rooted Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) traditionalist, Mohawk's intellectual  More...

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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
Publication date: 10/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

Thinking in Indian: A John Mohawk Reader presents the Native perception of philosopher-thinker-activist John Mohawk (Sotsisowah). An elder of the Seneca Nation and a deeply rooted Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) traditionalist, Mohawk's intellectual approach is keenly universal while founded in the practice of his ancient longhouse culture. A participant and leader in the Native traditional movement, John Mohawk's gifted oratory and clear thinking became the basis of a substantial current of Native activism.

Acknowledgments
Foreword: Remembrance of Sotsisowah, August 30, 1945- December 10, 2006,
Introduction: John Mohawk's Essential Legacy: "The Sovereignty Which is Sought Can Be Real"
Earth Spirit
The Creator's Way
All Children of Mother Earth
Hopi and Haudenosaunee: Sharing Prophetic Traditions
Wild and Slow: Nourished by Tradition
The Sacred in Nature: Mythology Can Change Our Minds
Enduring Seeds
Indians and Sugar: Thoughts on Nutrition, Disease
Indigenous Economics
The Darkening Horizons
Our Strategy for Survival
Present Potential, Future Reality
Indian Economic Development: The US Experience of an Evolving Indian Sovereignty
Sovereignty Requires New Institutions, Problem-Solving Skills
Regaining Control of Our Lives: The Promise of Appropriate Technology
Technology As Enemy: A Short History
Small, Indian, and Beautiful: Development through Appropriate Technology
Nation and Governance
The "Disappearing Indian": Twentieth-Century Reality Disproves Nineteenth-Century Prediction
The Future Is the Family
Indian Nations, the United States, and Citizenship
Review: The Spirit of Regeneration: Andean Culture Confronting Western Notions of Development
Review: American Indian History: Five Centuries of Conflict and Coexistence
Native Rights
The Confusing Spectre of White Backlash
The Great Bowhead Controversy: "We Are the People of the Whale"
The Longest Walk: Vignettes of the Day
The Iroquois Land Claims
Rights of Indigenous Women Are Advancing on Several Fronts
Political Philosophy
Traditionalism: The Wave of the Future
Traditionalism: An Organizing Tool for Community Survival
Marxism: Perspectives from a Native Movement
Racism: An American Ideology
Thoughts from an Autochthonous Center: Postmodernism and Cultural Studies
Thoughts of Peace: The Great Law
We Are By Nature Social Animals
Western Peoples, Natural Peoples: Roots of Anxiety
Words of Peace-A Six Nations Tradition
Clear Thinking: A Positive Solitary View of Nature
Afterword: A Constellation of Memories
Credits
Index
About the Editor

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