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Published by New York University Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign -- Mascots,
  • Sports team mascots -- Social aspects -- United States,
  • Indians of North America -- Social conditions -- 20th century

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-283)

StatementCarol Spindel
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV714.5 .S65 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 284 p. :
Number of Pages284
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16983604M
ISBN 100814781268
LC Control Number00009148

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Dancing at Halftime is the story of Carol Spindel's determination to understand why her adopted town is so passionately attached to Chief Illiniwek, the American Indian mascot of the University of Illinois. She rummages through our national attic, holding dusty souvenirs from world's fairs and wild west shows, Edward Curtis photographs, Boy Dancing at Halftime by Carol Spindel Book Resume: Sports fans love to don paint and feathers to cheer on the Washington Redskins and the Cleveland Indians, the Atlanta Braves, the Florida State Seminoles, and the Warriors and Chiefs of their hometown high schools. But outside the stadiums, American Indians aren't cheering--they're yelling ://   Introduction The Introduction to Halftime Curriculum is designed for groups of Christian men and women who are in midlife and who are beginning to explore what God has for them in their second half. This season of life is often referred to as Halftime, and this curriculum is an introduction to the ideas and questions many people encounter at :// to Halftime book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. According to Bob Burford, broaching midlife doesn't have to be a crisis.

Half-Time Highlights: A Guide to Dancing in the NBA/NFL. likes. This is a book written to help women auditioning for professional NBA and NFL dance :// In his book HALFTIME: Moving from Success to Significance, author Bob Buford explores three stages of life: The first half: On average, the first 40 years of your life. This is the time when most people focus more on their careers and less on others (and other significant causes). Authentic Indians: Episodes of Encounter from the Late-Nineteenth-Century Northwest Coast A John Hope Franklin Center Book. Durham: Duke University Press, Spindel, Carol. Dancing at Halftime: Sports and the Controversy over American Indian Mascots. New York: NYU Press, A work of both persuasion & compassion, Dancing at Halftime reminds us that in America, where Pontiac is a car & Tecumseh a summer camp, Indians are often our symbolic servants, functioning as mascots & metaphors that express our longings to become "native" Americans, & to feel at home in our own ://