Together, the articles in this special issue of the American Indian Culture and Research Journal offer a discussion of how Indigenous peoples have represented themselves and their communities in different periods and contexts, as well as through various media. Ranging across anthropology, art history, cartography, film studies, history, and literature, the authors examine how Native people negotiate with prominent images and ideas that represented Indians in the dominant culture and society in the United States and the Americas. These essays go beyond the problems of cultural appropriation by non-Indians to probe the myriad ways Native Americans and Indigenous people have challenged, reinforced, shifted, and overturned those representations.
Rosenthal, Nicolas G., and Liza Black. “Representing Native Peoples: Native Narratives of Indigenous History and Culture.” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 42, no. 3 (June 1, 2018). https://doi.org/10.17953/aicrj.42.3.rosenthal-black.