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Record #197117:

Embodied knowledge, relations with the environment, and political negotiation: St Lawrence Island Yupik and Iñupiaq dance in Alaska / Hiroka Ikuta.

Title: Embodied knowledge, relations with the environment, and political negotiation: St Lawrence Island Yupik and Iñupiaq dance in Alaska / Hiroka Ikuta.
Author(s): Ikuta, Hiroka.
Date: 2011.
In: Arctic Anthropology. (2011.), Vol. 48(1) (2011)
Abstract: Explores how Alaskan Eskimo's relationship with environment is recapitulated in their indigenous forms of dance and what roles these dances play in political discourse. Argues that Eskimo dance, which encodes culturally specific system of embodied knowledge, is powerful presentation of political symbolism that people employ in various social contexts, particularly in indigenous empowerment and political discourse of land claims and subsistence hunting issues in Alaska.
Notes:

Arctic Anthropology. Vol. 48(1) :54-65 (2011).

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
325.454 -- Native peoples, self-government.
39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo. Yup'ik.
39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo. Iñupiat.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
78.085 -- Dance.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*495.6) -- St. Lawrence Island.
SPRI record no.: 197117

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