Borrowed Power Essays on Cultural Appropriation
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Description: This book was a really informative and insightful collection of essays over cultural appropriation in our society today, mostly focusing on America's appropriation and use of Native American culture specifically more or less. The topics in this book covers a lot of ground from arts, land, and artifacts to ideas, knowledge, and symbols. The book doesn't try and point fingers blaming anyone rather then stating facts of the matter over the gray area of cultural appropriation. Overall a really nice read.
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List price: $33.95
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Publication date: 1/1/1997
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Bruce Ziff is Professor of Law, University of Alberta.
|Introduction to Cultural Appropriation: A Framework for Analysis|
|The Appropriation of Music and Musical Forms|
|African-American Music: Dynamics of Appropriation and Innovation|
|Ethnomusicology and Music Law|
|Appropriation in Art and Narrative|
|Stop Stealing Native Stories|
|The Properties of Culture and the Possession of Identity: Postcolonial Struggle and the Legal Imagination|
|The Disappearing Debate; or, How the Discussion of Racism Has Been Taken Over by the Censorship Issue|
|Re-appropriating Cultural Appropriation|
|In the Red|
|Appropriation in Colonial and Postcolonial Discourse|
|Translating and Resisting Empire: Cultural Appropriation and Postcolonial Studies|
|Nahua Colonial Discourse and the Appropriation of the (European) Other|
|Appropriation in Popular Culture|
|Memory and Misrepresentation: Representing Crazy Horse in Tribal Court|
|"White Indians": Appropriation and the Politics of Display|
|The Appropriation of Scientific Knowledge|
|Native American Intellectual Property Rights: Issues in the Control of Esoteric Knowledge|
|Of Seeds and Shamans: The Appropriation of the Scientific and Technical Knowledge of Indigenous and Local Communities|
|Appropriation and Tangible Cultural Property|
|Beyond Repatriation: Cultural Policy and Practice for the Twenty-first Century|
|A Coming Together: The Norton Allen Collection, the Tohono O'odham Nation, and the Arizona State Museum|
|Cultural Appropriation: A Selected Bibliography|
|List of Contributors|