A Recognition of Being
Reconstructing Native WomanhoodBook - 2000
Kim Anderson has written a critical and inspiring history of Native womanhood. Anderson traces the construction of the negative female stereotypes forced on Native women during colonization. Through interviews with forty contemporary Native women across Canada, she explores the issues shaping their lives and the many ways they are reclaiming positive and powerful images of themselves.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Second Story Press, c2000.
Characteristics: 320 p. ;,23 cm.