|Title:||American Indian rhetorics of survivance: word medicine, word magic,|
|Publication Info:||Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
|Series:||Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture,|
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American Indian rhetorics of survivance word medicine, word magic
Pittsburgh, Pa: University of Pittsburgh Press, c2006
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Indians of North America--Ethnic identity.
Indians of North America--Government relations.
Oral tradition--United States.
United States--Ethnic relations.
American Indian rhetorics of survivance: word medicine, word magic,
Part 1. Appropiation and Resistance
Part 2. Rhetrorical Self-Fashioning
Part 3. Writting, Rhetoric, and Pedagogy
Part 4. A Theory of Rhetoric, a Rhetoric of Theory