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 Department: College of Visual Arts and Design
 Decade: 2010-2019
 Degree Level: Doctoral
Mythic Archaeologies: The Impact of Visual Culture on the Art and Identity of Four Hopi Artists

Mythic Archaeologies: The Impact of Visual Culture on the Art and Identity of Four Hopi Artists

Date: August 2011
Creator: Santos, Lori J.
Description: This qualitative critical ethnography examines how visual culture impacted the identity and art of four Hopi artists. Sources of data included a personal journal, artists’ interviews, group discussion, art work interpretations, and historical research of Hopi art, visual culture, and issues of native identity. In particular, my analysis focused on issues of power / knowledge relationships, identity construction, and the artist as co-constructor of culture through personal narratives. Implications for art education centered on the concept of storytelling through mythic archaeology situated in identities of past, present, and future.
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