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by Clyde Holler

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  • ISBN 0815628358
  • ISBN13 978-0815628354
  • Language English
  • Author Clyde Holler
  • Publisher Syracuse University Press; Annotated edition edition (June 1, 2000)
  • Pages 352
  • Formats mbr mobi rtf azw
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Americas
  • Size ePub 1348 kb
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A compilation of essays by authorities on Black Elk. The introduction explores his life and texts, and the essays demonstrate Black Elk's relevance to today's scholarly discussions, and consider his work from postcolonial, anthropological and cultural perspectives.

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Neihardt published his book Black Elk Speaks in 1932. a b Clyde Holler (2000). Syracuse University Press. ISBN 978-0-8156-2836-1. There has been great interest in his work among members of the American Indian Movement since the 1970s and by others who have wanted to learn more about Native American religions.

Black Elk was one of the greatest religious thinkers produced by native North America, and the Sun .

Black Elk was one of the greatest religious thinkers produced by native North America, and the Sun Dance the central religious ritual of his Lakota tradition. In this religious history of the spiritual life of the great Lakota leader Black Elk, Clyde Holler reconstructs the development of the Lakota Sun Dance-the central religious ritual of the Lakota tradition, which is essential to understanding Black Elk's thought. This comprehensive study of the dance, which was banned by the . government in 1883, shows how Black Elk adapted and reinterpreted it in terms commensurate with Christianity.

The Black Elk Reader. This book includes both new essays and revised versions of classic works by recognized authorities on Black Elk. Clyde Roller's introduction explores his life and texts and illustrates his relevance to today's scholarly discussions. Dale Stover considers Black Elk from a postcolonial perspective, and R. Todd Wise investigates similarities between Black Elk Speaks and the Testimonio (as exemplified by I, Rigoberta Menchu: An Indian Woman in Guatemala).

Holler, Black Elk’s Religion, 100. Holler is here quoting from Walker’s narrative in Raymond J. DeMallie and Elaine A. Jahner (ed., Lakota’s Belief and Ritual (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1980), 40. oogle Scholar. 67. James Mooney, The Ghost Dance Religion (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1965), 1.

Black Elk (L) and Elk of the Oglala Lakota photographed in London, England in their grass dance regalia while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West, 1887. Black Elk Wilderness. 1863-12-01)December 1, 1863 Little Powder River, Wyoming. August 19, 1950(1950-08-19) (aged 86) Pine Ridge, South Dakota, United States. Saint Agnes Catholic Cemetery, Manderson, South Dakota. I Remain Alive: the Sioux Literary Renaissance.

Doctor of Philosophy . To this end, he rewrites the material found in his previous book, Black Elk: Holy Man of the Oglala (Norman, OK,1993), which focuses on Black Elk's years as a catechist. Black Elk's Religion: The Sun Dance and Lakota Catholicism. Black Elk was one of the greatest religious thinkers produced by native North America, and the Sun Dance the central religious ritual of his Lakota tradition View.

A compilation of essays by authorities on Black Elk. The introduction explores his life and texts, and the essays demonstrate Black Elk's relevance to today's scholarly discussions, and consider his work from postcolonial. The introduction explores his life and texts, and the essays demonstrate Black Elk's relevance to today's scholarly discussions, and consider his work from postcolonial, anthropological and cultural perspectives.

Black Elk (L) and Elk of the Oglala Lakota photographed in London, England in their grass dance regalia while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show .

Black Elk (L) and Elk of the Oglala Lakota photographed in London, England in their grass dance regalia while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, 1887. December 1, 1863 (1863-12) Little Powder River, Wyoming. August 19, 1950 (1950-08-20) (age 87) Pine Ridge, South Dakota.