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‘This book makes a unique contribution to the literature on Ojibwe culture by emphasizing the place of animal and spiritual beings in nineteenth-century Ojibwe ontology, behavior and world view.’(Darrel Manitowabi The Canadian Journal of Native Studies vol 34:02:2014)
“Pomedli’s book is a work of careful, well-documented scholarship on animal symbolism in the Ojibwe Midewiwin, an important topic which has not been much addressed by earlier scholars. The author has clearly done an enormous amount of careful research, gathering information from many kinds of sources, including traditional narratives, birchbark scrolls and petroglyphs, and textiles and other media.”(Lawrence Martin, Professor Emeritus of American Indian Studies, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire)
“Living with Animals is the work of a mature scholar, based on years of experience in the field. Pomedli’s unique methodology has applications in Native Studies beyond the discussion of Algonquian culture.”(J. Douglas Rabb, co-author of 'Indian from the Inside: Native American Philosophy and Cultural Renewal')