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  • Hardcover
  • 274
  • Monsters of Contact
  • Mark van de Logt
  • en
  • 25 October 2019
  • 9780806160146

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Mark van de Logt ☆ 3 free download summary ï eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mark van de Logt review Monsters of Contact × eBook or Kindle ePUB A murderous whirlwind an evil child abducting witch woman a masked cannibal terrifying scalped men a mysterious man slaying flint creature the oral tradition of the Caddoan Indians is alive with monsters Whereas Western historical methods and interpretations relegate such beings to the realms of myth and fantasy Mark van de Logt argues in Monsters of Contact that creatures found in the stories of the Caddos Wichitas Pawnees and Arikaras actually embody specific historical events and the negative effects of European contact invasion war death disease enslavement starvation an. Rory and Sebastian relegate such beings to the Make Something realms of myth and fantasy Mark van de Logt argues in Monsters of Contact that creatures found in the stories of the Caddos Wichitas Pawnees and Arikaras actually embody specific historical events and the negative effects of European contact invasion war death disease enslavement starvation an.

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Mark van de Logt ☆ 3 free download summary ï eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mark van de Logt review Monsters of Contact × eBook or Kindle ePUB Away of layers of cultural values that for those invested in Western historical traditions otherwise obscure the meaning of such tales and their “monsters” Although Western historical methods have become the standard in much of the world van de Logt demonstrates that indigenous forms of history are no less valuable and that oral traditions and myths can be useful sources of historical information A daring interpretation of Caddoan lore Monsters of Contact puts oral traditions at the center of historical inuiry and in so doing asks us to reconsider what makes a monster  . Rory and Sebastian reconsider what makes a monster  .

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Mark van de Logt ☆ 3 free download summary ï eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mark van de Logt review Monsters of Contact × eBook or Kindle ePUB D colonialism Van de Logt examines specific sites of historical interaction between American Indians and Europeans from the outbreaks and effect of smallpox epidemics on the Arikaras to the violence and enslavement Caddos faced at the hands of Hernando de Soto’s expedition and Wichita encounters with Spanish missionaries and French traders in Texas In each case he explains how through Indian metaphor seemingly unrelated stories of supernatural beings and occurrences translate into real people and events that figure prominently in western US history The result is a peeling.