Indigenous Apocalypse and Transgenerational Trauma

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American Medical Association

This article considers 19th-century American visual and narrative representations of Native experiences of and responses to transgenerational trauma. This article also suggests ethical implications for Native American health of interpreting those representations and suggests an obligation to look on 19th-century White American artists’ romanticizations of Native experiences with humility.

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