“Indigenous Quotient/Stalking Words” are two scholarly essays by the acclaimed academic that begins
by saying that: “American Indian ancestries and heritages ought to be integral to K-12 curriculums and university explorations and graduate expositions for obvious reasons - contemporary universalist
understandings. I refer not to a special presentation, project option, or ethnographic appreciation here
and there, but rather to the full integration of Native American histories and cultures into academic
curriculums. The Indigenous voice matters, yesterday and today, in substantive pedagogical and philosophical discourses.”
“Indigenous Quotient” depicts the history of academic discourse on American Indigenous Peoples.
Gómez-Quiñones chronologically examines the context and purpose of Western discourse, specifically
U.S. and Spanish/Mexican on Indigenous peoples, which demonstrates a continued attempt by Western
intellectuals to rationalize colonization from Columbus to current proponents of financial globalization.
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 20 November, 2011.