Trickster in Contemporary Native American Art and Thought: The Indigenous cultural Language of Bob Haozous

This is an article I wrote for American Indian Art Magazine. It was published in Autumn 2005 and is based on a series of interviews I did with Chiricahua Apache artist Bob Haozous.  Most of the interviews still remain unpublished as I have yet to write up the book. However, this article was one piece of the work. The link to the article is here:

Trickster in Contemporary Native American Art and Thought

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2 Comments on “Trickster in Contemporary Native American Art and Thought: The Indigenous cultural Language of Bob Haozous”

  1. Daphne April 4, 2009 at 5:18 p04 #

    Great article and interesting topic! I sent you a story about a Native author taking part in Fox City Reads who also explores the trickster theme.

    • tracilmorris April 4, 2009 at 5:18 p04 #

      Thanks for sending that article! I need to do a close reading of it before I can comment!

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