This three-act historical ethnodrama rereads the discourse surrounding Custer's Last Stand, arguably the most written-about military event in American history. It compares and contrasts First Nation oral history accounts, official military records, and select painterly representations of the "Battle of Little Bighorn." It asks if there was a real "last stand" or only a flawed grand narrative (see Denzin 2011).
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- Social Psychology
- Sociology and Political Science
- Social Sciences(all)