|Title||"I'm an Indian Too:" A Contemporary Indigenous Reclamation of Racist Musical Tropes|
|Created by:||Kimimilasha James|
|Description:||Looks at "Indian Love Songs" in popular music of the the late 19th century, the work of Aquinnah Wampanoag composer Wamsutta Frank James, film scores and songs from musicals, and Indigenous responses in the form of reworking What Makes the Red Man Red by Lakota hip-hop artist Frank Waln, and I'm an Indian Too by the comedy troupe The 1491s.
Music Honors Thesis (B.A.?)-- Wellesley College, 2021.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Media & Communication > Film
Indigenous Studies Portal > History
Indigenous Studies Portal > Media & Communication > Images & Stereotypes
Indigenous Studies Portal > Arts > Music & Song