Studies in American Indian Literatures 33:1-2

Studies in American Indian Literatures 33:1-2

Edited by June Scudeler and Siobhan Senier
Guest Editors: Laura M. Furlan and Lydia M. Heberling

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Table Of Contents

Volume 33, Numbers 1 & 2 (Spring-Summer 2021)

Contents


Special Section: Bad Indians
Guest Editors Laura M. Furlan and Lydia M. Heberling

From the Editors

Reimagining Native California with Deborah Miranda’s Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir
Laura M. Furlan and Lydia M. Heberling

Surviving Catastrophe: Traveling with Coyote in Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir
Lydia M. Heberling

The Archives of Deborah Miranda’s Bad Indians
Laura M. Furlan

“Erasure Is a Bitch, Isn’t It?”: Deborah Miranda’s Feminist Geographies and Native Women’s Life Writing
Anne Mai Yee Jansen

Deborah Miranda, Natalie Diaz, Tommy Pico, and Metaphors of Representation
Colleen G. Eils

When Coyote Knocks on the Door: Documenting Chaos, Archiving Resilience
Deborah Miranda

General Articles
Plant Life in Louise Erdrich’s The Beet Queen
Jane Im

“Americanism for Indians”: Carlos Montezuma’s “Immigrant Problem,” Wassaja, and the Limits of Native Activism
Cristina Stanciu