Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans in Film

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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations
Aaron, Victor, 62
Abbott, Larry, 170
Abel, Richard, 59
Aboriginal Australians, 234
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN), 63
Abshire, May, 126–27
Act for the Government and Protection of the Indians (California), 230–31, 289n19
Adair, John, 156, 247n28
African Americans, 242n8; cinematic self-representation by, 21, 53–54; and passing, 128–29, 272n81
Agamben, Georgio, 151
Ahhaitty, Glenda, 134
aim. See American Indian Movement (AIM)
Alberta, Clint, 156, 281n7
Alcatraz Island, 107–8
Alcott, Louisa Mae, 263–64n85
Aleiss, Angela, 17, 248n43, 252n65; and Iron Eyes Cody identity, 104, 126–27, 270n47
Alexie, Sherman, ix, xi, 18, 209
Allakariallak, 190, 192, 195, 280n2
Allen, Chadwick, 248n36
Allmendinger, Blake, 47–48
Almanac of the Dead (Silko), 183–85
The American Anthropologist, 116
American Film Institute, 95
American Indian Citizenship Act (1924), 56, 68
American Indian Film Institute (AIFI), 234–35, 243n3
American Indian Movement (AIM), 107, 108, 161
American Indian Registry for the Performing Arts, 243n3
American Indians in Film and Television (AIF&T), 243n3
Anaana (Mary Kunuk, 2001), 157, 203–4
Anderson, A. T., 137, 271n74
Andrade, Ron, 132
Anishinabe, 42–43, 86, 90, 141, 181, 238, 255n16, 264n87
anthropologists, 116, 156, 187,; intrusion of into Indigenous communities, 205–6; Othering of non-Western world by, 284–85n31; salvage, 63, 86, 207, 285n37
Apess, William, 273–74n4
Aphed Elk, 56–57, 255n16
Apocalypto (Gibson, 2006), 34, 259n45
April in Paris, 97

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