Rethinking the Fur Trade: Cultures of Exchange in an Atlantic World, paper ed

$67.50

Rethinking the Fur Trade: Cultures of Exchange in an Atlantic World exposes what has been called the ôinvisible hand of indigenous commerce,ö revealing how it changed European interaction with Indians, influenced what was produced to serve the interests of Indian customers, and led to important cultural innovations. The initial essays explain the working mechanisms of the fur trade and explore how and why it evolved in a North Atlantic context.

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Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives, paper ed

$73.50

Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives is a collection of 12 essays originally presented during a 2007 symposium at the Newberry Library in Chicago. The participants comment on ethnography's influence on how Europeans represent colonized peoples; analyze curatorial practices; and consider tribal museums that focus on contesting and critiquing colonial views of American and Canadian history while serving the varied needs of the Indigenous communities.

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