Indography : writing the "Indian" in early modern England / edited by Jonathan Gil Harris
- New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
- 1st ed.
- Physical Description:
- vi, 271 pages ; 25 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Harris, Jonathan Gil
- Machine generated contents note: I.Indology: Discovery, Ethnography, Pathology -- 1.How to Make an Indian: Religion, Trade, and Translation in the Legends of Moncaide and Gaspar da Gama / Bindu Malieckal -- 2.Looking for Loss, Anticipating Absence: Imagining Indians in the Archives and Depictions of Roanoke's Lost Colony / Gina Caison -- 3.From First Encounter to "Fiery Oven": The Effacement of the New England Indian in Mourt's Relation and Histories of the Pequot War / Thomas Cartelli -- 4.Trafficking in Tangomockomindge: Ethnographic Materials in Harriot's A Briefe and True Report / Kevin Boettcher -- 5.Translation and Identity in the Dialogues in the English and Malaiane Languages / Melissa Walter -- 6.Playing Indian: John Smith, Pocahontas, and a Dialogue about a Chain of Pearl / Karen Robertson -- 7.Tobacco, Union, and the Indianized English / Craig Rustici -- 8.Sick Ethnography: Recording the Indian and the Ill English Body / Jonathan Gil Harris -- II.Indopoesis: Poetry, Drama, Romance -- 9.Spenser's "Men of Inde": Mythologizing the Indian through the Genealogy of Faeries / Marion Hollings -- 10.From Lunacy to Faith: Orlando's Own Private India in Robert Greene's Orlando Furioso / James W. Stone -- 11."Enter Orlando with a scarf before his face": Indians, Moors, and the Properties of Racial Transformation in Robert Greene's The Historie of Orlando Furioso / Gavin Hollis -- 12."Does this become you, Princess?": East Indian Ethopoetics in John Fletcher's The Island Princess / Jeanette N. Tran -- 13.Playing an Indian Queen: Neoplatonism, Ethnography, and The Temple of Love / Amrita Sen -- 14.Made in India: How Meriton Latroon Became an Englishman / Carmen Nocentelli -- 15."A Well-Born Race": Aphra Behn's The Widow Ranter; or, The History of Bacon in Virginia and the Place of Proximity / Sara Eaton.
- "Indography: Writing the "Indian" in Early Modern England considers literary and non-literary representations of Indians in early modern English writing in relation to processes of globalization and race formation"--
- 9780230341371 (hardback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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