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Studio Art and Art History (Pitzer)

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Pequot Indians, Indian gaming


An analysis of the self-representation of the Pequot Nation of Connecticut, one of the wealthiest Indian nations in the U.S. The article is a published version of a paper originally given at the 2005 conference (Im)permanence: Cultures In/Out of Time at Carnegie Mellon University.


This essay first appeared in (Im)permanence: cultures in/out of time, published by the Center for the Arts in Society at Carnegie Mellon University in August 2008.

Source: Scan from book post-print. Reproduced with permission of the author.

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