Studies in American Indian Literatures 31:1-2

Studies in American Indian Literatures 31:1-2

Edited by June Scudeler and Siobhan Senier

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Volume 31, Nos. 1–2 (Spring–Summer 2019) read it on Project MUSE | read it on JSTOR

From the Editors

A Tribute to Janice Gould

Outsourcing Reconciliation: The Government of Canada’s #IndigenousReads Campaign and the Appropriation of Indigenous Intellectual Labor
Pauline Wakeham

Four More Indigenous Projects for the Native American Humanities
Matthew Herman

The Good Mind and Trans-Systemic Thinking in the Two-Row Poems of Mohawk Poet Peter Blue Cloud
Daniel Coleman

“When My Hands Are Empty / I Will Be Full”: Visualizing Two-Spirit Bodies in Chrystos’s Not Vanishing
Crystal Veronie

Colonial Violence in Sixties Scoop Narratives: From In Search of April Raintree to A Matter of Conscience
Petra Fachinger

The Commission, the Community, and the Cree Woman in the Attic: Georgina Lightning’s Older Than America in Canada’s Culture of Redress
K. L. Killebrew

Among Ghost Dances: Sarah Winnemucca and the Production of Tribal Identity
Mark Rifkin

The Evolution of a Poem: An Interview with Tiffany Midge
Scott Andrews

Film Review
Dir. John Little and Kenn Little. More Than a Word (2017)
Martha L. Viehmann

Book Reviews
Daniel Heath Justice. Why Indigenous Literatures Matter
Kate Rose

Theodore C. Van Alst Jr. Sacred Smokes
David L. Moore

Carlos G. Vélez-Ibáñez. Hegemonies of Language and Their Discontents: The Southwest North American Region Since 1540
David Martínez

Tommy Orange. There, There. Brandon Hobson. Where the Dead Sit Talking
Jeremy M. Carnes