Studies in American Indian Literatures 29:4

Studies in American Indian Literatures 29:4

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From the Editors

The Cosmological Liveliness of Terril Calder’s The Lodge: Animating Our Relations and Unsettling Our Cinematic Spaces
Salma Monani

Inhabiting Indianness: Sherman Alexie’s Indian Killer and the Phenomenology of White Sincerity
Zachary S. Laminack

Deconstructing the Master’s House with His Own Tools: Code-Switching and Double-Voiced Discourse as Agency in Gerald Vizenor’s Heirs of Columbus
Bernadette V. Russo

“I HAVE SEEN THE FUTURE AND I WON’T GO”: The Comic Vision of Craig Strete’s Science Fiction Stories
Kristina Baudemann

Book Reviews
Karenne Wood. Weaving the Boundary
Robin Riley Fast

Carter Meland. Stories for a Lost Child
Jane Haladay

Denise Low. The Turtle’s Beating Heart: One Family’s Story of Lenape Survival
Geary Hobson

Mary Jane Logan McCallum. Indigenous Women, Work, and History: 1940–1980
Patrizia Zanella