Speaker #1 Vehicles of Resistance

Speaker #1 Vehicles of Resistance - Vehicles of Resistance?...

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Vehicles of Resistance? Horses, Native Peoples, and Euroamerican Colonialism in the Greater Western Borderlands of North America -Grad student of Madison -The presentation focused on a specific chapter in Andrews' upcoming book, a chapter titled "Vehicles of Resistance." -Talking about his book in progress- “this is one small piece of a much bigger process” -He wanted to analyze how animals such as livestock and other large creatures have affected humans in different ways, from the introduction of horses to North America in the 1500s through present day. -Animals history of the US animal’s experience Especially the horse -Environmental historian, labor historian… -Late 19 th century and early 20 th century -Western history, horses have been a big part of history -“Plains area” might well have been called the “horse area” -Animal history in the US Study of how horses defined and shaped the Native Americans lives -Georgia and river valley all the way to Canada He spoke about: 1)
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ENTOMOLOGY 201 taught by Professor Goodman during the Spring '12 term at Wisconsin.

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