Studies in American Indian Literatures 31:3-4

Studies in American Indian Literatures 31:3-4

Edited by June Scudeler and Siobhan Senier

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Volume 31, Numbers 3–4 (Fall–Winter 2019–20) read on Project MUSE | read on JSTOR


The Indigenous Imposition: Settling Expectation, Unsettling Revision, and the Politics of Playing with Familiarity
Darren Edward Lone Fight

Settlement, Cultural Memory, and Sacred Sites: The Function of Place-Names within the Cherokee Wonder Stories
Michael S. Martin

Black Hawk in Translation: Indigenous Critique and Liberal Guilt in the 1847 Dutch Edition of Life of Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak
Frank Kelderman

The Secret of the Twig: Salish Adaptation, Jesuit Inculturation, and Spirit-Matter Relation in D’Arcy McNickle’s The Surrounded
April Middeljans

At the Intersections of Empire: Ceremony, Transnationalism, and American Indian–Filipino Exchange
Alyssa A. Hunziker

Indigenous Radical Resurgence and Multispecies Landscapes: Leslie Marmon Silko’s The Turquoise Ledge
Nathaniel Otjen

Book Review

Tommy Pico. Nature Poem
Jane Haladay