Maasaw: Profile of a Hopi God (American Tribal Religions) ebook
by Michael Lomatuway'ma,Ekkehart Malotki
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Select Book Format Menu. by Ekkehart Malotki, Michael Lomatuway'ma. 273 p. American Tribal Religions, 11. Audience: General/trade. Several black & white illustrations.
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Stories of Maasaw, a Hopi God. by Michael Lomatuway'Ma and Ekkehart Malotki.
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Find nearly any book by Michael Lomatuway'ma. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780803281486 (978-0-8032-8148-6) Softcover, University of Nebraska Press, 1987. Stories of Maasaw, a Hopi God (American Tribal Religions).
Stories of Maasaw, a Hopi God (American Tribal Religions) by Malotki . The Mouse Couple A Hopi Folk Tale Hardcover Retold By Ekkehart Malotki Book.
Hopi Coyote Tales: Istutuwutsi: By Malotki, Ekkehart, Lomatuway'ma, Michael. Customs services and international tracking provided.
He is professor emeritus at Northern Arizona University. He studied with philosopher and linguist Helmut Gipper at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität at Münster and his early work was a continuation of his mentor's.
Coyote and Bobcat Have Their Faces Done (Ute) Retold from various early sources
Coyote and Bobcat Have Their Faces Done (Ute) Retold from various early sources. The Adventures of a Meatball (Comanche) From Elliot Canonge, Comanche Texts (Arlington, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics), 1958. Coyote Gets Stuck (Shasta) Retold from Roland Dixon, Shasta Myths, Journal of American Folklore 23, 1910, and other sources. How Masaaw Slept with a Beautiful Maiden (Hopi) From Ekkehart Malotki and Michael Lomatuway‘ma, Stories of Maasaw, a Hopi God, American Tribal Religions 10 (Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press), 1987. Scared to Death (Hopi) Malotki and Lomatuway‘ma, Stories of Maasaw, a Hopi God.
To nomadic hunters such as the Navajo, who competed with him on the open range, Coyote was by turns a formidable trickster, a demonic witchperson, and a god. As sedentary planters, the Hopis tended to reduce Coyote to the level of a laughable fool. Our specialty is books in religion and theology, but we stock all academic subject areas and seek to serve the academic community with books of scholarly interest and usefulness. Visit Seller's Storefront.
Hopi Coyote tales, in a monograph series dedicated to American Indian religious documents, require a few .
Hopi Coyote tales, in a monograph series dedicated to American Indian religious documents, require a few words of explanation. First to be mentioned is their availability for crosscultural comparative studies. A similar bilingual collection of general Hopitutuwutsi, Hopi Tales has been published by Ekkehart Malotki in 1978 (Flagstaff), and an additional volume, pertaining to the "Gullible Coyote," is in preparation by the same author and will be published soon. On the Navajo side, Father Berard's companion volume in this series can be read comparatively with Roessel andPlatero version of Coyote Stories of the Navajo People (Phoenix, 1974).