By Kathleen Ann Pickering
Kathleen Ann Pickering weaves those compelling first-person money owed with broader theoretical concerns to create a nuanced ethnographic tapestry of lifestyles at the present time at the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations. quite enlightening are her attention of the far-reaching financial value of conventional Lakota families and her overview of the way Lakota identity—shaped by means of values, gender, ethnicity, race, and class—is inextricably sure up with the trendy reservation economy.
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