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Alan is best known for this work ‘See no Indian, Hear no Indian, Don’t Speak about the Indian: Writing Beyond the i/Indian Divide.’

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Alan Lechusza

Dr. Alan Lechusza, who holds a Ph.D. and is an Associate Professor in American Indian Studies at Palomar College, focuses his work on rethinking education and artistic expression from an Indigenous perspective. His research covers various forms of Native arts, like music, visual art, writing, and performance, and also involves creating critical theories that bridge Native and non-Native ideas and knowledge through lively discussions and interactions.

Dr. Alan is committed to using education and art to challenge and change the established power dynamics and beliefs rooted in colonial history. He aims to emphasize the importance of tribal sovereignty, fairness, and social and political justice through contemporary Native and Indigenous forms of expression.

Alan Lechusza, Ph.D., has authored numerous articles and book entries that analyze, dismantle, critique, and explore representations and the significance of pop culture.  As a cultural critical theorist, Dr. Lechusza examines the dynamic intersections of philosophy with artistic expressions to deconstruct assumptive modalities of society and identity.

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The forthcoming book, “Are You (Still) Ready for W.O.R.?” focuses on the Native Hip Hop group WithOut Rezervation (W.O.R.) and their use of the cultural signifiers and Elements of Hip Hop. A critical reading of selected works by W.O.R. reveals new epistemological discourse and the ideological flexibility of Native identity. Hip Hop’s vernacular and expressive elements are deconstructed and narrated from a contemporary Native perspective. This updated edition of the original 2009 research includes BONUS TRACKS that illustrate the progress movement of a Native Hip Hop canon. The added analysis reviews the original scholarship to see how those proposed Native critical theories have evolved and remain central to a Native center artistic expression. This updated edition argues for socio-linguistic pedagogical theories that articulate the dynamics of tribal sovereignty and self-determination.

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    ‘See no Indian, Hear no Indian, Don’t Speak about the Indian: Writing Beyond the i/Indian Divide.’ Is a wonderful read! Each essay is highly informative and brilliantly written.
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    I highly enjoyed each essay of ‘See no Indian, Hear no Indian, Don’t Speak about the Indian: Writing Beyond the i/Indian Divide.’ I learned many new things that I was unaware of and was able to understand a different perspective of the author.
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