American Indian identity in the life of Arthur Caswell Parker, 1881-1955
Porter, Joy (1994) American Indian identity in the life of Arthur Caswell Parker, 1881-1955. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
This thesis is an analysis of the life and work of Arthur Caswell Parker, 1881-1955. It investigates the complex and problematic nature of the position and status of a mixed-blood, acculturated Indian in the early twentieth century through study of the ways in which Parker attempted to create or re-create an identity. Close attention to Parker's texts and speeches will highlight and isolate the self-representation and self-invention that shaped his career.
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