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Thomas Buckley's foregrounding of Yurok narratives creates one major level of dialogue in an innovative ethnography that features dialogue as its central theoretical trope.

Thomas Buckley's foregrounding of Yurok narratives creates one major level of dialogue in an innovative ethnography that features dialogue as its central theoretical trope. Buckley places himself in conversation with contemporary Yurok friends and elders.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Standing Ground: Yurok Indian Spirituality,. Standing Ground: Yurok Indian Spirituality, 1850-1990. The most in-depth, complex, and analytically sophisticated portrayal of Yurok spirituality ever written by an anthropologist the most important ethnographic work about the Yurok in general since Kroeber's work in the early twentieth century. -Les W. Field, author of "The Grimace of Macho Raton".

2002) "Standing Ground: Yurok Indian Spirituality, 1850-1990. Berkeley: University of California Press. (2006) "Native Authorship in Northwestern California. In: "New Perspectives on Native North America: Cultures, Histories, and Representations," ed. by Sergei A. Kan and Pauline Turner Strong, pp. 211-238. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Источник: Thomas Buckley. См. также в других словарях: Ground pressure - is the pressure exerted on the ground by the tires or tracks of a motorized vehicle, and is one measure of its potential mobility, [cite book.

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Thomas Buckley's foregrounding of Yurok narratives creates one major . Culture,' here, is not a thing but a process, an emergence through time. eISBN: 978-0-523644-7. The eleven chapters of this book came together over the past decade, although the idea of writing a book about the Yurok Indians goes back to my first meetings with Yurok people, in 1971.

Buckley taught anthropology and American Indian studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, for many years and . Buckley, Thomas, Standing Ground: Yurok Indian Spirituality, 1850-1990 December 2002, California University Press. ISBN 978-0-520-23389-8.

Buckley taught anthropology and American Indian studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, for many years and at other institutions as a visiting professor. In 2011 he was ordained as a Soto Zen Buddhist priest, Jokan Zenshin, with a lay community group, Great River Zendo, in midcoast Maine. Thomas Buckley Papers. Arcata, CA: Special Collections, Humboldt State University.

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This colorful, richly textured account of spiritual training and practice within an American Indian social network emphasizes narrative over analysis. Thomas Buckley's foregrounding of Yurok narratives creates one major level of dialogue in an innovative ethnography that features dialogue as its central theoretical trope. Buckley places himself in conversation with contemporary Yurok friends and elders, with written texts, and with twentieth-century anthropology as well. He describes Yurok Indian spirituality as "a significant field in which individual and society meet in dialogue—cooperating, resisting, negotiating, changing each other in manifold ways. 'Culture,' here, is not a thing but a process, an emergence through time."

Comments: (6)

Ynneig
I lived in the Klamath-Trinity area for eleven years and got to know and value the various people of the three tribes in the area, Hupa, Karuk and Yurok. I had the privilege of knowing Jimmy James and Sam Jones (and Sam's wife). I had a shoe repair shop nearby so I first met them there but came to know them as keepers of their land.
Thomas Buckley shares what he learned, experienced and gained from his time among the Yurok people conveys so much of the spirit of the people and I, too, would someday like to go to the dance he mentions.
If you have a love of the land and an appreciation of the spirituality of the Native Americans then this should be of interest. The Yurok tribe isn't famous but because of it, there is more honesty in their tory. Did I love the book. Yes
Kikora
An outsiders' view to be sure,but well researched and well written. A good read for students of Yurok culture and contemporary issues.
Acebiolane
VERY INTELLIGENT AND ACCURATE VIEW OF THE YUROK .
THANKS FOR THIS BOOK. I KNOW SOME PEOPLE OF THIS TRIBE, THEY ARE WANTING TO GO BACK TO THEIR TRADITIONS;
BADLY THEY ARE A POOR COMMUNITY WITHOUT WORK FOR EVERYBODY.
Mr.Bean
This is the only comprehensive book on the spirituality of Northwestern Native People. Finely written my a man who is not only a respected Anthropologist, but also a student of one of the last spiritual descendants of the Yurok Shaman, Robert Spott.
Manris
Great book I would recommend to any one looking for information on the Yurok indian tribe there is a lot of good information in this book that can not be found in other books about the Yuroks
Banal
Old news; only as insightful as a white guy could get in those days. I need more.
Standing Ground: Yurok Indian Spirituality, 1850-1990 download epub
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Author: Thomas Buckley
ISBN: 0520233581
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: University of California Press; First Edition edition (December 2, 2002)
Pages: 344 pages