Red Clay, 1835: Cherokee Removal and the Meaning of Sovereignty First Edition Reacting to the Past

#ad
W. W. Norton & Company #ad - Students assume the roles of historical characters and practice critical thinking, and argument, primary source analysis, both written and spoken. Reacting games are flexible enough to be used across the curriculum, from first-year general education classes and discussion sections of lecture classes to capstone experiences and honors programs.

Red Clay, 1835: Cherokee Removal and the Meaning of Sovereignty First Edition Reacting to the Past #ad - A new way to learn history―by living it a norton original in the reacting to the Past series, 1835: Cherokee Removal and the Meaning of Sovereignty envelops students in the treaty negotiations between the Cherokee National Council and representatives of the United States at Red Clay, Red Clay, Tennessee.

As pressure mounts on the cherokee to accept treaty terms, westward expansion, students must confront issues such as nationhood, and cultural change. Reacting to the past is an award-winning series of immersive role-playing games that actively engage students in their own learning.

#ad



The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears The Penguin Library of American Indian History

#ad
Penguin Books #ad - In the early nineteenth century, the U. S. In its trauma and tragedy, the cherokee diaspora has come to represent the irreparable injustice done to Native Americans in the name of nation building?and in their determined survival, it represents the resilience of the Native American spirit. Government shifted its policy from trying to assimilate American Indians to relocating them, and proceeded to forcibly drive seventeen thousand Cherokees from their homelands.

The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears The Penguin Library of American Indian History #ad - . This journey of exile became known as the Trail of Tears. Historians perdue and green reveal the government?s betrayals and the divisions within the Cherokee Nation, follow the exiles along the Trail of Tears, and chronicle the hardships found in the West.

#ad



Frederick Douglass, Slavery, and the Constitution, 1845 Reacting to the Past

#ad
W. W. Norton & Company #ad - Reacting games are flexible enough to be used across the curriculum, from first-year general education classes and discussion sections of lecture classes to capstone experiences and honors programs. Frederick douglass asks students to confront an explosive question: how, and how was it criticized? At a literary forum, in a nation founded on ideas of equal rights and freedom, could the institution of slavery become so entrenched and long-lasting? How was slavery justified, students consider the newly-published Narrative of Frederick Douglass and hold a hearing on John C.

Frederick Douglass, Slavery, and the Constitution, 1845 Reacting to the Past #ad - Reacting to the past is an award-winning series of immersive role-playing games that actively engage students in their own learning. Calhoun’s view of slavery as a “positive good. Finally, its original protections of the slaveholders’ power, players address the US Constitution, and the central question: Are Americans more beholden to the Constitution, or to some “higher law”? .

Students assume the roles of historical characters to practice critical thinking, primary source analysis, and both written and spoken argument.

#ad



Kentucky, 1861: Loyalty, State, and Nation First Edition Reacting to the Past

#ad
W. W. Norton & Company #ad - Reacting games are flexible enough to be used across the curriculum, from first-year general education classes and discussion sections of lecture classes to capstone experiences and honors programs. During a special session of the Kentucky legislature, set against the looming threat of violence, students grapple with questions about the future of slavery and the constitutionality of secession.

Reacting to the past is an award-winning series of immersive role-playing games that actively engage students in their own learning. Students assume the roles of historical characters and practice critical thinking, primary source analysis, and argument, both written and spoken. A new way to learn history―by living it a norton original in the Reacting to the Past series, 1861: Loyalty, Kentucky, State, and Nation pulls students into the secession crisis following Lincoln’s 1860 election.

#ad



The Constitutional Convention of 1787: Constructing the American Republic First Edition Reacting to the Past

#ad
W. W. Norton & Company #ad - Students assume the roles of historical characters and practice critical thinking, primary source analysis, and argument, both written and spoken. A new way to learn history―by living it a norton original in the Reacting to the Past series, The Constitutional Convention of 1787: Constructing the American Republic brings to life the debates that most profoundly shaped American government.

. Reacting games are flexible enough to be used across the curriculum, from first-year general education classes and discussion sections of lecture classes to capstone experiences and honors programs. As representatives to the Convention, students must investigate the ideological arguments behind possible structures for a new government and create a new constitution.

The Constitutional Convention of 1787: Constructing the American Republic First Edition Reacting to the Past #ad - Reacting to the past is an award-winning series of immersive role-playing games that actively engage students in their own learning.

#ad



Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask

#ad
Borealis Books #ad - . I had a profoundly well-educated princetonian ask me, 'Where is your tomahawk?' I had a beautiful woman approach me in the college gymnasium and exclaim, 'You have the most beautiful red skin. I took a friend to see Dances with Wolves and was told, 'Your people have a beautiful culture. '. I made many lifelong friends at college, 'why should indians have reservations?'"what have you always wanted to know about Indians? Do you think you should already know the answers—or suspect that your questions may be offensive? In matter-of-fact responses to over 120 questions, both thoughtful and outrageous, funny, modern and historical, Ojibwe scholar and cultural preservationist Anton Treuer gives a frank, and they supported but also challenged me with questions like, and sometimes personal tour of what's up with Indians, anyway.

Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask #ad - What is the real story of thanksgiving?—why are tribal languages important?—What do you think of that incident where people died in a sweat lodge?White/Indian relations are often characterized by guilt and anger. Everything you wanted to know about Indians but Were Afraid to Ask cuts through the emotion and builds a foundation for true understanding and positive action.

#ad



Global Politics: A New Introduction

#ad
Routledge #ad - The book engages directly with the issues in global politics that students are most interested in, helping them to understand the key questions and theories and also to develop a critical and inquiring perspective. Completely revised and updated throughout, the third edition offers up-to-date examples engaging with the latest developments in global politics, fossil fuel divestment, including the Syrian war and the refugee crisis, racism and Black Lives Matter, populism, citizen journalism, and drone warfare.

Drawing on theoretical perspectives from a broad range of disciplines, including international relations, postcolonial studies, geography, peace studies and development, sociology, political theory, this innovative textbook is essential reading for all students of global politics and international relations.

Global Politics: A New Introduction #ad - The third edition of global politics: A New Introduction continues to provide a completely original way of teaching and learning about world politics. Global politics: examines the most significant issues in global politics – from war, gender, general responses and broader issues; integrates theory and practice throughout the text, ethnicity and what we can do to change the world; offers chapters written to a common structure, nationalism and authority to poverty, terrorism, development, peacebuilding, and features a key question, which is ideal for teaching and learning, security, violence, inequality, human rights, postcolonialism, an illustrative example, by presenting theoretical ideas and concepts in conjunction with a global range of historical and contemporary case studies.

#ad



God is Red: A Native View of Religion, 30th Anniversary Edition

#ad
Fulcrum Publishing #ad - God is Red: A Native View of Religion, 30th Anniversary Edition #ad - Fulcrum Group. First published in 1972, Vine Deloria Jr. S god is red remains the seminal work on Native religious views, asking new questions about our species and our ultimate fate. Celebrating three decades in publication with a special 30th-anniversary edition, this classic work reminds us to learn "that we are a part of nature, not a transcendent species with no responsibilities to the natural world.

It is time again to listen to Vine Deloria Jr. S powerful voice, telling us about religious life that is independent of Christianity and that reveres the interconnectedness of all living things.

#ad



I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem CARAF Books: Caribbean and African Literature translated from the French

#ad
University of Virginia Press #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Maryse condé brings tituba out of historical silence and creates for her a fictional childhood, adolescence, and old age. This wild and entertaining novel expands on the true story of the West Indian slave Tituba, who was accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts, arrested in 1692, and forgotten in jail until the general amnesty for witches two years later.

. Fulcrum Group. She turns her into what she calls "a sort of female hero, an epic heroine, like the legendary ‘Nanny of the maroons, schooled in the sorcery and magical ritual of obeah, ’" who, is arrested for healing members of the family that owns her. Caraf books:caribbean and african literature Translated from FrenchThis book has been supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, an independent federal agencY.

#ad



A Mercy

#ad
Vintage #ad - National bestsellerone of the new york times 10 Best Books of the YearIn the 1680s the slave trade in the Americas is still in its infancy. Used book in Good Condition. Despite his distaste for dealing in “flesh, ” he takes a small slave girl in part payment for a bad debt from a plantation owner in Catholic Maryland.

A Mercy #ad - Vintage Books USA. But at its heart, like beloved, it is the ambivalent, disturbing story of a mother and a daughter—a mother who casts off her daughter in order to save her, and a daughter who may never exorcise that abandonment. Rejected by her mother, florens looks for love, and later from the handsome blacksmith, first from Lina, an older servant woman at her new master's house, never enslaved, an African, who comes riding into their lives.

A mercy reveals what lies beneath the surface of slavery. This is florens, who can read and write and might be useful on his farm. Jacob vaark is an anglo-Dutch trader and adventurer, with a small holding in the harsh North. Fulcrum Group.

#ad



New Poets of Native Nations

#ad
Graywolf Press #ad - Brings plenty, natalie diaz, jennifer elise Foerster, Julian Talamantez Brolaski, Laura Da’, Gordon Henry, Eric Gansworth, Jr. Dg okpik, cedar sigo, janet mcadams, craig santos perez, brandy Nalani McDougall, LeAnne Howe, Tommy Pico, Sy Hoahwah, Layli Long Soldier, Margaret Noodin, M. Fulcrum Group. Heid E.

Erdrich has selected twenty-one poets whose first books were published after the year 2000 to highlight the exciting works coming up after Joy Harjo and Sherman Alexie. Collected here are poems of great breadth―long narratives, experimental works, political outcries, and traditional lyrics―and the result is an essential anthology of some of the best poets writing now.

New Poets of Native Nations #ad - Poets included are Tacey M. A landmark anthology celebrating twenty-one native poets first published in the twenty-first centuryNew Poets of Native Nations gathers poets of diverse ages, languages, styles, and tribal affiliations to present the extraordinary range and power of new Native poetry. Vintage Books USA.

L. Atsitty, Trevino L. Smoker, gwen Westerman, and Karenne Wood. Used book in Good Condition.

#ad