Indography : writing the "Indian" in early modern England
Indography considers literary and non-literary representations of Indians in early modern English writing in relation to processes of globalization and race formation.
Print Book, English, 2012
Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2012
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Introduction: Forms of Indography; J.G.Harris PART I: INDOLOGY: DISCOVERY, ETHNOGRAPHY, PATHOLOGY How To Make an Indian: Religion, Trade, and Translation in the Legends of Mõnçaide and Gaspar da Gama; B.Malieckal Looking for Loss, Anticipating Absence: Imagining Indians in the Archives and Depictions of Roanoke's Lost Colony; G.Caison From First Encounter to 'Fiery Oven': The Effacement of the New England Indian in Mourt's Relation and Histories of the Pequot War; T.Cartelli Trafficking in Tangomóckomindge: Ethnographic Materials in Harriot's A Briefe and True Report; K.Boettcher Translation and Identity in the Dialogues in the English and Malaiane Languages; M.Walter Playing Indian: John Smith, Pocahontas, and a Dialogue about a Chain of Pearl; K.Robertson Tobacco, Union, and The Indianized English; C.Rustici Sick Ethnography: Recording the Indian and the Ill English Body; J.G.Harris PART II: INDOPOESIS: POETRY, DRAMA, ROMANCE Spenser's 'Men of Inde': Mythologizing the Indian through the Genealogy of Faeries; M.Hollings From Lunacy to Faith: Orlando's Own Private India in Robert Greene's Orlando Furioso; J.W.Stone '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; G.Hollis 'Does this become you, Princess?': East Indian Ethopoetics in John Fletcher's The Island Princess; J.Tran Playing an Indian Queen: Neoplatonism, Ethnography, and The Temple of Love; A.Sen Made in India: How Meriton Latroon Became an Englishman; C.Nocentelli 'A Well-Born Race': Aphra Behn's The Widow Ranter; or, The History of Bacon in Virginia and the Place of Proximity; S.Eaton Afterword: Naming and Un-naming 'all the Indies': How India Became Hindustan; J.G.Singh