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Frederick Luis Aldama

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781496828019

Published to University Press of Mississippi: January 2021

DOI: 10.14325/mississippi/9781496828019.001.0001

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Jack Jackson, Native Representation, and Underground Comix

Jack Jackson, Native Representation, and Underground Comix

(p.27) Jack Jackson, Native Representation, and Underground Comix
Graphic Indigeneity
Chad A. Barbour
University Press of Mississippi

Chad A. Barbour analyzes how US Anglo underground comix creator Jack Jackson reconstructs Indigenous identities and experiences in a complex and progressive way. Barbour locates Jackson’s work within the contexts of resistance movements such as Alcatraz and Wounded Knee to show how he interrogates “the parameters of historical recollection and nationalistic mythology in the United States.”

Keywords:   Underground comix, Jack Jackson, Indigenous identities, Alcatraz, Wounded Knee

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