Nuvatukya’ovi, San Francisco Peaks

@article{Gowacka2009NuvatukyaoviSF,
  title={Nuvatukya’ovi, San Francisco Peaks},
  author={M. Głowacka and Dorothy K. Washburn and Justin Richland},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2009},
  volume={50},
  pages={547 - 561}
}
The recent legal battle between the U.S. Forest Service and 13 Native American tribes, including the Hopi, concerning the San Francisco Peaks constitutes a serious threat to fundamental religious beliefs that are representative of viable cultural practices. In this study, cultural meanings ascribed to the San Francisco Peaks (Nuvatukya’ovi) as expressed in Hopi verbal and visual arts are examined in an effort to clarify the sacred nature of the San Francisco Peaks. Our approach emphasizes the… Expand
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