American indians and the urban experience volume 5 contemporary native american communities 5 by joy harjo author jack d forbes author dugan aguilar author 50 out of 5 stars 1 rating isbn 13 978 0742502758. Contemporary native american communities 5 2001 over half of all american indian people living in the united states now live in urban areas but few books and little research have addressed urban indian themes this book compiles research scholarly writing poetry prose and artwork concerned with the native urban experience. Studying contemporary urban indians through interdisciplinary lenses defining the urban indian experience is next to impossible due to the fact that many american indians experienced relocation and urbanization differently a point that lobo and peters make quite clear in their study of urban indians and urban identity in both the past and in a contemporary setting. Indian identity in urban settings can be determined by internal external and personal experiences according to the research presented in this anthology there are four ways in which urban indian identity is defined 1 ancestry 2 appearance 3 cultural knowledge and 4 indian community participation lobo and peters 81. American indians and the urban experience contemporary native american communities by joy harjo jack d forbes dugan aguilar carol miller octaviana v trujillo joan weibel orlando deborah davis jackson
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