Sharing a Heritage: American Indian Arts

Edited by Charlotte Heth, assisted by Michael Swarm, 1991.  
This collection of essays grew out of a 1982 conference organized around the theme of "sharing" in historical (or traditional) and contemporary arts. Contributors include scholars and practicing American Indian artists. The essays in this book address the issue of cultural development for individual and community growth, as well as the role of the Indian arts and humanities professional in the academy and in the tribal community.

214 pp. 
$12 paper

10-digit ISBN: 0-935626-00-X
13-digit ISBN: 978-0-935626-00-1

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