Black Rock: A Zuni Cultural Landscape and the Meaning of Place

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					Black Rock: A Zuni Cultural Landscape and the Meaning of Place
Jeffrey S Debies-Carl
Western Folklore; Spring 2009; 68, 2/3; Docstoc
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Description: Written by a sympathetic "outsider" and based on archival research, oral history, and firsthand experience, the book is an account of the multiplicity of place that is Black Rock, New Mexico. Dodge provides a moving account of the sometimes well-meaning, often nefarious, efforts to assimilate the Zuni people into mainstream American culture, the efforts of Zuni to maintain their traditional way of life and collective identity, and the prominent role of place as the physical and conceptual battleground of this struggle.
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