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School of Architecture E 99 C6 G76 2016 30007008971359 Stacks Checked out 2020-01-31

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  • ISBN: 9781138247482 (paperback)
  • Physical Description: print
    xix, 295 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: London ; Routledge, 2016.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-283) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: pt. I The Anishinaabe Apocalypse -- 1. Encounter with Apocalypse -- 2. Postapocalypse Stress Syndrome -- pt. II The Foundations Of The Anishinaabe World View -- 3. Silence and the Anishinaabe Worldview -- 4. The Quantum Nature of the Anishinaabe Language -- pt. III The Anishinaabe Mind -- 5. The Comic Vision of the Anishinaabeg -- 6. The Comic Mind of the Anishinaabeg -- pt. IV The Anishinaabe Heart -- 7. Storytelling in the Anishinaabe Context -- 8. Anishinaabe Rhetoric -- pt. V The Anishinaabe Spirit -- 9. Bimaadiziwin, or the Good Life of the Anishinaabeg -- 10. Spiritual Growth in Anishinaabe Society -- pt. VI Beyond Postapocalypse Stress Syndrome -- 11. Cultural Sovereignty and the Sacred Stories of the Anishinaabeg.
Summary, etc.: "Very few studies have examined the worldview of the Anishinaabeg from within the culture itself and none have explored the Anishinaabe worldview in relation to their efforts to maintain their culture in the present-day world. This book fills that gap. Focusing mainly on the Minnesota Anishinaabeg, Lawrence Gross explores how their worldview works to create a holistic way of living. However, as Gross also argues, the Anishinaabeg saw the end of their world early in the 20th century and experienced what he calls 'postapocalypse stress syndrome.' As such, the book further explores how the values engendered by the worldview of the Anishinaabeg are finding expression in the modern world as they seek to rebuild their society."--Pub. desc
Subject: Ojibwa philosophy
Ojibwa Indians Social life and customs
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