Case study based on THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A PAPAGO WOMAN that was first published as a memoir. Underhill brings into vivid focus the situation, the people, & her own experiences during her field study. She elaborates the early memoir (reprinted in its original form entirely) with description & interpretation. Her text is a culture study of the desert people of the American Southwest, &, specifically, Chona, the Papago woman.
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Part Two THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHONA
Part Three CHILD TRAINING WOMEN LOVE
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Ruth Underhill and Maria Chona, Papago Woman (1936)
Papago Woman illustrates the role that feminist ideology played in the transformation of the discipline of anthropology during the first part of the ...
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Underhill, Ruth Papago Woman. Holt, Rhinehart and Winston. ... This study produced Autobiography of a Papago Woman (1936), the first published life history ...
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Woman Spirit - Maria Chona - Papago
During the time spent with Underhill, Maria related many of her life experiences which was published in 1936 as "The Autobiography of a Papago Woman". ...
JSTOR: "Tell Me a Woman's Story": The Question of Gender in the ...
It is my intent to contrast Wilson's and Linderman's lesser-known "autobiographies" with Underhill's well-known Papago Woman to outline briefly some of the ...
Papago: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Construction of Waheenee, Pretty-shield, and Papago Woman Christine Colasurdo Scholars...Crows by Frank Linderman , and Papago Woman by Ruth Underhill. ...
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Drunken Boat | Dennis Holt
In her classic ethnographic study, Papago Woman, Ruth Underhill reports that among the Papago of southern Arizona and northern Sonora, the most valued ...
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Native American Women: Living With Landscape | Rebecca Bales | OAH ...
Ruth Underhill, Papago Woman (Prospect Heights, Ill.: Wavelength Press, Inc., 1979), 3. Paula Gunn Allen, The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in ...
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Meldan TANRISAL, "Squaws and Princesses or Corn Maidens ...
Maria Chona's Papago Woman, written by the anthropologist Ruth M.Underhill, ... She explains that she is all that a traditional Papago woman should be ...
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Novel: A Forum on Fiction: Our Indians, our selves
... 1936-the publication date of Ruth Underhill's The Autobiography of a Papago Woman-and in each she delineates a distinct usage of the American primitive. ...
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U - An Annotated Bibliography of the Tohono O'odham (Papago Indians)
1936a The autobiography of a Papago woman [Memoirs of the American Anthropological ..... 1985 Papago woman. Prospect Heights, Illinois, Waveland Press. ...
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