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Containing interviews with twelve Indigenous authors, artists, and scholars who comment on the German fascination with North American Indigenous Peoples, Indianthusiasm is the first collection to present Indigenous critiques and assessments of this phenomenon.

Produktbeschreibung
Containing interviews with twelve Indigenous authors, artists, and scholars who comment on the German fascination with North American Indigenous Peoples, Indianthusiasm is the first collection to present Indigenous critiques and assessments of this phenomenon.
Autorenporträt
Hartmut Lutz taught North American Studies in Germany, specializing in Indigenous literatures. He won awards and professorships in North America and Europe. His publications include Contemporary Challenges: Conversations with Canadian Native Authors (1991), The Diary of Abraham Ulrikab (2005) and Contemporary Achievements (2015).Florentine Strzelczyk serves as Deputy Provost of the University of Calgary. She holds a PhD from UBC (1996). Her work has appeared in journals such as Modernism/Modernity; German Quarterly; German Studies Review; Seminar; and Quarterly Review for Film & Video.Renae Watchman (Navajo) is originally from Shiprock, NM. She is an associate professor of English, cross-appointed with Indigenous Studies at Mount Royal University in Calgary. She is also a co-director of Academic Indigenization.