The current book is an excellent example of bringing together literary scholarship, cultural studies and cultural psychology under the umbrella of American and Canadian studies.
Foreword, Mártha Fülöp
Introduction Going Indian: Cultural Appropriation in the Narrative De/Re-Construction of Ethnic Identity in Recent North American Literature
Chapter 1. The Context of Indigenous Passing Stories
Chapter 2. A Typology of Othering and Indigenous Passing Stories
Chapter 3. Introduction to Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Dynamics of Ethnic Identity Change, Indigenization Stories and Narrative Identity
Chapter 4. A Poetics of Going Indian: The Post-Colonial Narratives of New Belonging and Fictions of Fictive Identity