In the early twentieth century three women of color helped shape a new world of ethnographic discovery ella cara deloria a sioux woman from south dakota zora neale hurston an african american woman from florida and jovita gonzalez a mexican american woman from the texas borderlands achieved renown in the fields of folklore studies anthropology and ethnolinguistics during the 1920s . Native speakers ella deloria zora neale hurston jovita gonzalez and the poetics of culture by maria eugenia cotera austin university of texas press 2008 286 pp 6000 hardcover. Native speakers book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers in this text cotera offers an intellectual history situated in the borde. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Get this from a library native speakers ella deloria zora neale hurston jovita gonzalez and the poetics of culture maria eugenia cotera in this book cotera offers an intellectual history situated in the borderlands between conventional accounts of anthropology womens history and african american mexican american and native
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