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Native Hubs

£8.99

Product description

Most Native Americans in the United States live in cities, where many find themselves caught in a bind, neither afforded the full rights granted U.S. citizens nor allowed full access to the tribal programs and resources-particularly health care services-provided to Native Americans living on reservations. A scholar and a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, Renya K. Ramirez investigates how urban Native Americans negotiate what she argues is, in effect, a transnational existence. Through an ethnographic account of the Native American community in California's Silicon Valley and beyond, Ramirez explores the ways that urban Indians have pressed their tribes, local institutions, and the federal government to expand conventional notions of citizenship. Condition: the book's covers have some marking, denting, shelf-wear, and corner-bumping. The edges show some mild marking and wear. The interior pages are generally crisp and clean with a good strong binding.

Item details

Added value:
None
Author(s):
Ramirez, Renya K.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0822340305
ISBN-13:
9780822340300
Number of pages:
273
Publisher:
Duke University Press
Title:
Native Hubs

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Most Native Americans in the United States live in cities, where many find themselves caught in a bind, neither afforded the full rights granted U.S. citizens nor allowed full access to the tribal programs and resources-particularly health care services-provided to Native Americans living on reservations. A scholar and a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, Renya K. Ramirez investigates how urban Native Americans negotiate what she argues is, in effect, a transnational existence. Through an ethnographic account of the Native American community in California's Silicon Valley and beyond, Ramirez explores the ways that urban Indians have pressed their tribes, local institutions, and the federal government to expand conventional notions of citizenship. Condition: the book's covers have some marking, denting, shelf-wear, and corner-bumping. The edges show some mild marking and wear. The interior pages are generally crisp and clean with a good strong binding.

Added value:
None
Author(s):
Ramirez, Renya K.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0822340305
ISBN-13:
9780822340300
Number of pages:
273
Publisher:
Duke University Press
Title:
Native Hubs

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