Indigenous writers and Christianity in Canada, the US, and Peru : Select case studies from across the Hemisphere
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This thesis explores the way three indigenous writers and leaders, in Peru, the US, and Canada, used both their literacy and their Christian faith as a means for protesting the inequalities of colonial rule, to counter settler attempts to denigrate Indigenous culture and history, and to further their own personal agendas.
DegreeMaster of Arts (M.A.)
CommitteeCarlson, Keith T.; Englebert, Robert; Nickel, Sarah
Copyright DateFebruary 2016