|Title||Embodying an Imagined Other through Rebellion, Resistance and Joy: Mardi Gras Indians and Black Indigeneity|
|Created by:||Ricardo Guthrie|
|Description:||Looks at how Black Indians have produced historical and cultural identities, and how they were portrayed in the HBO series Tremé.|
|Citation:||AlterNative, Vol. 12, No. 5, [Indigenous Peoples, Popular Pleasures and the Everyday], 2016, pp. 558-573.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Community > Identity
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