See no Indian, Hear no Indian, Don't Speak about the Indian: Writing Beyond the i/Indian Divide:

See no Indian, Hear no Indian, Don't Speak about the Indian: Writing Beyond the i/Indian Divide:

by Alan Lechusza
See no Indian, Hear no Indian, Don't Speak about the Indian: Writing Beyond the i/Indian Divide:

See no Indian, Hear no Indian, Don't Speak about the Indian: Writing Beyond the i/Indian Divide:

by Alan Lechusza

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Overview

I present my written works as those which disturb the margins of socio-political power and hegemony, to dismantle the hermeneutics, epistemologies and dynamic lexicons of oppression and cultural suppression. This decision advances my movement toward authoring works which situate and re-read pop cultural ideologies and aesthetic assumptions with a philosophical deconstructive expressive critique.
My current and forthcomings works argue for the necessity and strategic representation of my voice as deconstructionist, a pop cultural aesthetic critic and an ideologue writing to establish and fortify new avenues of scholarship and aesthetic criticism.

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ISBN-13: 9798855655339
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 11/01/2023
Pages: 28
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.06(d)

About the Author

I present my written works as those which disturb the margins of socio-political power and hegemony, to dismantle the hermeneutics, epistemologies and dynamic lexicons of oppression and cultural suppression. This decision advances my movement toward authoring works which situate and re-read pop cultural ideologies and aesthetic assumptions with a philosophical deconstructive expressive critique.
My current and forthcomings works argue for the necessity and strategic representation of my voice as deconstructionist, a pop cultural aesthetic critic and an ideologue writing to establish and fortify new avenues of scholarship and aesthetic criticism.
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