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At the Boundaries of Religious Identity: Native American Religions and American Legal Culture

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This essay looks briefly at legal discourses about Native American religions in the late 19th and late 20th centuries, juxtaposing them in order to view the historical trends they represent—the role played by legal discourse in transforming Native American ceremonial practices and the role played by Native American religious discourses in transforming the law.

Affiliations: 1: University of Chicago Committee on Ideas and Methods 1050 E. 59th Street Chicago, IL 60673, USA


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