Studies in American Indian Literatures 32:1-2

Studies in American Indian Literatures 32:1-2

Edited by June Scudeler and Siobhan Senier

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Table Of Contents

Volume 32, Numbers 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2020)

From the Editors

Re-Framing, De-Framing, and Shattering the Frames: Indigenous Writers and Artists on Representing Residential School Narratives
Sophie McCall

U nojil a ch’i’ibal: Briceida Cuevas Cob’s Poetic Empowerment of Yucatec Maya Women
Hannah Palmer

“Language to Reach With”: Layli Long Soldier’s WHEREAS Connects Words to Reality
Rachel B. Griffis

What Looks like a Grave: Native and Anarchist Place-Making in New England
Theresa Warburton

“Now for the Indian Story”: Reconceiving George Bent as a Warrior-Writer
Rachel Linnea Brown

Unghosting Bones: Resistant Play(s) versus the Legacy of Carlisle Indian Industrial School
Jen Shook

The Necessity of Lived Resistance: Reading Leslie Marmon Silko’s Gardens in the Dunes in an Era of Rapid Climate Change
Rebecca Tillett

Getting on with Things: Ontology and the Material in Louise Erdrich’s The Painted Drum
Janet Dean

Book Reviews
Melissa K. Nelson and Dan Shilling, eds. Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Learning from Indigenous Practices for Environmental Sustainability
Geoff Hamilton

Ofelia Zepeda, ed. When It Rains: Papago and Pima Poetry/mak hekid o ju, o’odham, ha-cegĭtodag
Geary Hobson

Sean S. Sell and Nicolás Huet Bautista, eds. Chiapas Maya Awakening: Contemporary Poems and Short Stories
Denisa Krásná

Smokii Sumac. you are enough: love poems for the end of the world
James Mackay

Cynthia Leitich Smith. Hearts Unbroken
Mandy Suhr-Sytsma