Honoring Elders: Aging, Authority, and Ojibwe Religion (Religion and American Culture) Paperback – 22 Sep 2009
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A terrifically thought-provoking study of what honoring elders means.--Heid E. Erdrich"The Circle" (01/01/0001)
An excellent resource for scholars studying aging, eldership, or the Anishinaabe people.--Shelly E. V. Nixon"Religious Studies Review" (01/01/0001)
This is an extraordinarily fascinating book; an insightful and scholarly exploration of Native American attitudes toward aging and eldership.--James Woodward"Reviews in Religion & Theology" (01/01/0001)
Honoring Elders will prove an important foundational springboard for future studies on eldership to come.--Cary Miller"American Indian Quarterly" (01/01/0001)
About the Author
Michael D. McNally is associate professor of religion at Carleton College. He is the author of Ojibwe Singers: Hymns, Grief, and a Native Culture in Motion and Art of Tradition: Sacred Music, Dance, and Myth of Michigan's Anishinaabe 1946-1955.
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