Mediating Indianness TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

PART ONE. TRANSETHNICITY/TRANSCULTURALITY AND PROTEST IN HISTORICAL CONTEXTS

Billy J. Stratton, “You Have Liberty to Return to Your Own Country”: Tecumseh, Myth, and the Rhetoric of Native Sovereignty

Sonja Georgi, “IndiVisible” Identities: Mediating Native American and African American Encounters and Transethnic Identity in A Thrilling Sketch of the Life of Okah Tubbee

Cathy Covell Waegner, “Buffalo Bill Takes a Scalp”: Mediated Transculturality on Both Sides of the Atlantic with William F. Cody’s Wild West, from Show to Hollywood and YouTube

A. Robert Lee, Native Postmodern? Remediating History in the Fiction of Stephen Graham Jones and D. L. Birchfield

A. Robert Lee, _Flight Times in Gerald Vizenor’s Blue Ravens : White Earth Mediating History _

PART TWO. (TRANS)MEDIA LITERACY, YOUTH CULTURES, AND NATION

Ellen Cushman, _ᏣᎳᎩ ᏗᎪᏪᎵ Cherokee Writing: Mediating Traditions, Codifying Nation _

Chris LaLonde, “We Can Tell Our Own History, We Can Tell Our Own Future”: Quese IMC, Culture Shock Camp, and an Indigenous Hip- Hop Movement

Christine Plicht, Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man Revisited: Still Thwarting All Cultural and Cinematic Notions of Alterity

Ludmila Martanovschi, Mediating the Native Gaze: The American Indian Youth’s Cinematic Presence in Chris Eyre’s Films

Kimberly Blaeser, _Refraction and Helio- tropes: Native Photography and Visions of Light _

INTERLUDE

Evelina Zuni Lucero, RefleXions: A Creative Essay

Jane Haladay, _Festa de Sant Joan: June 23, 2012, Barcelona, Spain _

PART THREE. PERFORMANCE, GENDER, AND CULTURAL CAPITAL

Sally McBeth, _“The Bear Is Our Protector”: Metaphor and Mediation in the Northern Ute (Nuche) Bear Dance _

Nicholle Dragone, _Eric Gansworth’s Theatrical Productions: “Indianness” Mediated through the Juxtaposition of Cultural Capital and Performance _

John Purdy, _Eric Gansworth’s Re-Creation Story: Mediation and Remediation _

Kerstin Schmidt, Mobile Indians: Capitalism, the Performance of Mobility, and the Mediation of Place in Minda Martin’s Documentary Free Land

PART FOUR. “CROW COMMONS”: CREATIVE CORRESPONDENCES AND VIRTUAL AFFILIATIONS

Kimberly Blaeser, Jane Haladay, Gordon Henry Jr., Molly McGlennen, and Jesse Peters, An Exposition of Virtual Exchanges

Gerald Vizenor, Envoy: Response to “Crow Commons”

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