Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
American Indian Culture and Research Journal , vol. 42, no. 3, Native Narratives of Indigenous History and Culture, 2018, pp. 119-135
Examines the content of studio publicity materials to discover traces of the labour and negotiation performed by Indigenous actors in the development and maintenance of their public personas while working in studio Hollywood. Author argues that actors were able to use their public personas to critique and influence onscreen representations of Indigenous people.