Individual papers and panels now forming on topics related to American Indians Today in Popular Culture. American Indian culture is diverse and an examination of the culture, influences, adaptation, and cultural syncretism as it is presented in contemporary America is welcome. Proposals that build on American Indian culture, traditions, customs and life ways are of particular interest.
One may propose any aspect of: film; theater; literature; poetry; oral tradition; myth; legend; philosophy; arts (painting; sculpture; weaving; basketry; pottery; dance; music, etc.); fashion; artifacts; American Indian foods; journalism; imagery in mainstream media; photography; anthropology; archaeology; identity; cultural and spiritual appropriation; stereotypes, mascots, etc. I am interested in all aspects of American Indian culture.
Send an abstract of 100-250 words. Inquiries regarding any topical area or the formation of a panel presentation should be directed to me and I will be pleased to accommodate.
Richard L. Allen, Area Chair
American Indians Today
P.O. Box 948
Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74465
(918) 456-0671 Ext. 2466
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