2 edition of Authenticating place through critical regionalism found in the catalog.
Typescript (photocopy)Thesis (M. of Arch.)--Miami University, Dept. of Architecture and Interior Design, 2004Includes bibliographical references (leaves -)
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See also Susan Bernardin's discussion of the connections between sentimental ideology and the meaning of the American West in Zitkala-Sa's texts in "The Lessons of a Sentimental Education.
The stylings of critical regionalism seek to provide an architecture rooted in the modern tradition but tied to geographical and cultural context. Indeed, her boarding school story is meant to document the cultural destruction inflicted by her audience rather than to celebrate a shared experience with her audience, and the trope of storytelling as preservation in her fiction, for example "The Trial Path," which I further discuss below, must be understood in light of such threats to Indigenous culture and, thus, as serving a different Authenticating place through critical regionalism function than that in the work of white women writers.
This may be the only way to protect your children. The period is characterized by a liberal approach toward the development of the region. Newlin suggests that Garland's "considerable compassion for others 'less advanced,'" his attempts to use his writing to "make conditions better for all people," and his own "intimate acquaintance" with Indigenous peoples, "separates his fiction from that of other white writers, who tended to demonize the Indians" xii-xiii.
The role of legal practitioners, who become experts of technical knowledge through the everyday practice of law, is to be responsible for the reproduction of hegemonic argumentation, or doctrine. Although the essay is ostensibly a conversation between her and the man she meets while traveling, her efforts to educate the white traveler serve as a model, reminding American Indians of the political imperative to correct misconceptions about Indigenous peoples.
" Modern Fiction Studies 35, no. For example, romantic and sexual feelings, masturbation, mood swings, and timing of pubertal onset. With a thin palm she strokes her wind-shorn hair" 741.
Jones, The Doha Blues New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010 , 6.
She sends a message to her mother in the West, telling of her plans to teach in an eastern Indian school Carlisle , further distancing herself from the region in which she lived as a girl.
passes into the ear of the toothless old [grandmother]," the narrator recounts, and then flies across time, "over many winter snows, till at last it cleaves the warm light atmosphere of her grandfather's youth.