Studies in American Indian Literatures 30:3-4

Studies in American Indian Literatures 30:3-4

Edited by June Scudeler and Siobhan Senier
Special section guest edited by Christina Boyles and Hilary E. Wyss

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Table Of Contents

Volume 30, Numbers 3 & 4     Read it on Project MUSE     Read it on JSTOR

Special Section: Water

Guest Editors Christina Boyles and Hilary E. Wyss

From the Editors

Water Is Life: Ecologies of Writing and Indigeneity
Christina Boyles and Hilary E. Wyss

Writing Water, Writing Life: Silko as Environmental Activist
Christina Boyles

Water, History, and Sovereignty in Simon J. Ortiz’s “Our Homeland, a National Sacrifice Area”
Robin Riley Fast

Intervening in the Archive: Women-Water Alliances, Narrative Agency, and Reconstructing Indigenous Space in Deborah Miranda’s Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir
Shanae Aurora Martinez

Mnisose / the Missouri River: A Comparative Literary Analysis of River Stories from the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the #NoDAPL Movement
Sarah Hernandez

 Straight Talk: Two Spirit Erasure as the Price of Sovereignty in James Welch’s The Heartsong of Charging Elk
Lydia R. Cooper

“I Got This AB Original Soul / I Got This AB Original Flow”: Frank Waln, the Postmasculindian, and Hip Hop as Survivance
Sarah Kent

“This Story Needs a Witness”: The Imbrication of Witnessing, Storytelling, and Resilience in Lee Maracle’s Celia’s Song
Laura J. Beard

Revitalization Strategies in Gaspar Pedro González’s A Mayan Life
Reginald Dyck

Book Reviews
Molly McGlennen. Creative Alliances: The Transnational Designs of Indigenous Women’s Poetry
Kenzie Allen

Elizabeth Kryder-Reid. California Mission Landscapes: Race, Memory, and the Politics of Heritage
Shanae Aurora Martinez

Heid E. Erdrich. Curator of Ephemera at the New Museum for Archaic Media
Molly McGlennen