Phantom past, Indigenous presence : Native ghosts in North American culture and history / edited and with an introduction by Colleen E. Boyd and Coll Thrush.

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Other Authors: Boyd, Colleen E., Thrush, Coll-Peter, 1970-
Format: eBook
Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2011.
Series:UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Bringing ghosts to ground / Colleen Boyd and Coll Thruch
  • Part 1, Methodologies. Sherman Alexie's Indian killer as Indigenous gothic / Michelle Burnham
  • Violence on the home front in Robinson Jeffers's "Tamar" / Geneva M. Gano
  • Hauntings as histories: Indigenous ghosts and the urban past in Seattle / Coll Thrush
  • Part 2, Historical encounters. The anatomy of a haunting: Black Hawk's body and the fabric of history / Adam John Waterman
  • The baldoon mysteries / Lisa Philips and Allan K. McDougall
  • Haunting remains: educating a new American citizenry at Indian Hill Cemetery / Sarah Schneider Kavanagh
  • Part 3, The past in the present. "We are standing in my ancestor's longhouse": learning the language of spirits and ghosts / Colleen E. Boyd
  • Indigenous hauntings in settler-colonial spaces: the activism of Indigenous ancestors in the city of Toronto / Victoria Freeman
  • Shape-shifters, ghosts, and residual power: an examination of Northern Plains spiritual beliefs, location, objects, and spiritual colonialism / Cynthia Landrum
  • Ancestors, ethnohistorical practice, and the authentication of native place and past / C. Jill Grady.