Seeing Red–Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins: American Indians and Film (American Indian Studies)

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Seeing Red–Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins: American Indians
and Film (American Indian Studies)

Book title: Seeing Red–Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins: American Indians and Film (American Indian Studies)

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Editor: Prof. LeAnne Howe , Prof. Harvey Markowitz

About author:
Denise K. Cummings is Associate Professor of Critical Media and Cultural Studies at Rollins College, where she teaches film history, theory, and criticism, critical media and cultural studies, and American and Indigenous literature, culture, and film.

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