Five Days in a Row Ain't Happening When I'm Preparing for my Qualifying Exams: (Deal with it!) (Day 4)
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This weeks resolution: I will write blog entries for the next five days (one per day) about whatever my friends post in the comments on my Facebook Page.
Dear Rachel (and Auntie)
I am going to wait on writing a blog for you for your comment because I have decided to bring this poem to my class and have them analyze it for me so that I can write about what they say. We'll probably do a quick "Indian humor" kinda thing so they know that:
1. We're funny
2. People think we are stoic and strong but
3. We mostly let them think that cause we thought that would be funny.
I'll let you know what they say. They usually like the Indian humor stuff. To be continued...
Love - Me
“It has always great disappointment to Indian people that the humorous side of Indian life has not been mentioned by professed experts on Indian Affairs. Rather the image of the granite-faced grunting redskin has been perpetuated by American mythology.” -Vine Deloria, Jr.
Cutcha Risling Baldy is an Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies at San Diego State University. She received her PhD in Native American Studies from the University of California, Davis. She is also a writer, mother, fan of "The Good Wife" and "The Walking Dead", who likes to go for long walks on long piers...
(5) Top Posts
On telling Native people to just "get over it" or why I teach about the Walking Dead in my Native Studies classes... *Spoiler Alert!*
Hokay -- In which I lead a presentation on what happens when you Google "Native American Women" and critically analyze the images or "Hupas be like dang where'd you get that dentalium cape girl? Showing off all your money! PS: Suck it Victorias Secret"
In which we establish that there was a genocide against Native Americans, yes there was, it was genocide, yes or this is why I teach Native Studies part 3 million
5 Reasons I Wear "Indian" Jewelry or Hupas...we been bling-blingin' since Year 1
Pope Francis decides to make Father Junipero Serra a saint or In Which I Tell Pope Francis he needs to take a Native Studies class like stat
I need to read more Native blogs!
A few that I read...