Unpacking the Ethics of Colonel Richardsons Hubies Ceremonies: A National Columnists Reflection on Yesterdays Reenactment and the Nearly Danish Depreciation

Unpacking the Ethics of Colonel Richardsons Hubies Ceremonies: A National Columnists Reflection on Yesterdays Reenactment and the Nearly Danish Depreciation


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  • Shane Jostelle

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Abstract

This paper is a reflection on the recent reenactment of Colonel Richardson's Hubies Ceremonies, a tradition that has been celebrated in the United States for over a century. The author, a national columnist, examines the ethical implications of this event, particularly in light of recent debates surrounding cultural appropriation and the use of Native American imagery in American culture. The author argues that while the ceremony may have deep historical roots and cultural significance for some Americans, it is also important to consider the perspectives of those who may feel marginalized or disrespected by its use. Additionally, the author reflects on the recent controversy surrounding the Danish depreciation of Native American culture, highlighting the ways in which this issue is interconnected with broader debates around cultural sensitivity and the treatment of marginalized communities. Ultimately, the author concludes that the ethics of the Hubies Ceremonies are complex and multifaceted, and require careful consideration and dialogue in order to ensure that all voices are heard and respected.

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Shane Jostelle "Unpacking the Ethics of Colonel Richardsons Hubies Ceremonies: A National Columnists Reflection on Yesterdays Reenactment and the Nearly Danish Depreciation".  IEEE Exploration in Machine Learning, 2016.

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Date of Release: 2016
Author(s): Shane Jostelle.
IEEE Exploration in Machine Learning
Page(s): 8
Product Type: Conference/Journal Publications