Studies in American Indian Literatures 17:2

Studies in American Indian Literatures 17:2

Edited by Malea Powell

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Table Of Contents


"There's still more digging to do": A Story in Honor of A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff
Malea Powell 

Eastman's Maternal Ancestry: Letter from Charles Alexander Eastman to H. M. Hitchcock, September 8, 1927
A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff

Yellow Women and Leslie Marmon Silko's Feminism
Louise Barnett

The Queen Writes Back: Lili'uokalani's Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen
Lydia Kualapai

"The literature of this nation": LaVonne Ruoff and the Redefinition of American Literary Studies
David L. Moore

Grateful for the Push: A Tribute to LaVonne Ruoff
Chadwick Allen

Tribute to LaVonne Brown Ruoff
Gretchen M. Bataille

Footnotes on a Friendship, February 2005
Kimberly Blaeser

Joanna Brooks

Offering, in Return
Cari M. Carpenter

Dear LaVonne
Susan Rose Dominguez

A Fair Voice
P. Jane Hafen

To LaVonne--With Good Thoughts
Geary Hobson

First Impressions of A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff as an Author
Patrice Hollrah

An Appreciation
Helen Jaskoski

Honoring LaVonne Ruoff
Arnold Krupat

The Archive
Robert Dale Parker

Rough Ruoff, Pirate Fighter
Willis Regier

The Multi-Missionary Eleanor Roosevelt of American Indian Literatures
Kenneth M. Roemer

Thank You, LaVonne
Siobhan Senier

In Praise of Old Friendships
Kathryn W. Shanley

Those Treasured Purple-Inked Pages
Martha Viehmann