autohistory

autohistory

one completed in written form by an owner in response to a series of questions on a history sheet.
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Hill uses the tools of autohistory to examine the historical relationship of the Haudenosaunee and the Grand River Territory.
Sioui's For an Amerindian Autohistory (Montreal & Kingston, 1992) continue to be seen as outside of the discipline of history, which bears out the assessment of McCallum's "Indigenous Labour and Indigenous History" that history as a discipline continues to police its boundaries to the detriment of Indigenous perspectives and people.
Moreover, to what extent can we claim that the production of autohistory is not so much a recent phenomenon but one rooted in a long tradition of such representations?
Poot's narrative therefore constitutes the very kind of autohistory called for by Montejo, doing so during a time when the non-Maya foreigners excavating Chichen Itza are quite visibly appropriating Maya culture.
1992), For an Amerindian Autohistory, Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen's University Press.
18) Utilizing the tools of autohistory, I examine the historical relationships of the Haudenosaunee and their territories.
AN additional 30 motoring archive films have been added to the autohistory.
So my first question to Cole Harris would be about his reflections on the autohistory debate.
This installment of Bastj[degree sign]nis's autohistory ends with the author's departure from Latvia as the Red Army is advancing and the communist regime is poised to occupy the country and impose its bloody rule for the second time in a decade.
George Sioui's For an Amerindian Autohistory offers a way out.
in history (although he is the first in Canada), but he has championed the development of an Amerindian autohistory that rejects central principles of the discipline of history as it is practiced within the Western world.