Studies in American Indian Literatures 35:3-4

Studies in American Indian Literatures 35:3-4

Edited by Kiara M. Vigil
Special Issue: Očhéthi Šakówiŋ
Guest editors Sarah Hernandez, Christopher Pexa, and Julianne Newmark

Table Of Contents

Volume 35, no. 3-4 (Fall-Winter 2023)
Special Issue: Očhéthi Šakówiŋ

From the Guest Editors

Founders Statement
Lowell Amiotte and Charles Woodard

Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Special Issue
Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Literary Traditions: Nation Before Reservation, A Conversation
Waŋbli Wapȟaha Hokšila (Edward C Valandra) and Jane Haladay

A Memory of Oak Lake
Vi Waln

Lydia Whirlwind Soldier, Memory Songs and Survival Songs
Julianne Newmark

Sandy White Hawk, A Child of the Indian Race: A Story of Return
Gabrielle Tateyuskanskan

Lakota Voices: Sharing Our Stories, Coloring the Lens Lakota
Winya Luta Win Patty Bordeaux Nelson

Larissa FastHorse, Wicoun, Directed by Michael John Garcés, Cornerstone Theater Company, Spring 2023, South Dakota
Clementine Bordeaux

Mark Tilsen, It Ain’t Over Til We’re Smoking Cigars on the Drill Pad
Taté Walker

I Remember Turtle Woman
Tracy Hauff

Taté Walker, The Trickster Riots
Sarah Hernandez

Diane Wilson, The Seed Keeper: A Novel
Alec Mullet

The Blue Beaded Dress in the Works of Susan Power
Samantha Majhor

Susan Power, Council of Dolls
Gabrielle Tateyuskanskan

Philip J. Deloria, Becoming Mary Sully: Toward an American Indian Abstract
Lanniko Lee

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, In Defense of Loose Translations: An Indian Life in an Academic World
Sarah Hernandez

What’s in the Shadow of a Name? Cook-Lynn’s Invocations of Greek and Roman Classics in the Aurelia Trilogy
Ford Peay

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, A Separate Country and the Illegal Architecture of He Sapa
Jessica Garcia Fritz

“Leaves on the Trees”: Ecological Placemaking and Dakota Identity in Zitkala-Ša and Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
Alexander Henkle

Edward C Valandra, Not Without Our Consent: Lakota Resistance to Termination, 1950–59
Winya Luta Win Patty Bordeaux Nelson

Theresa Peterson and Walter LaBatte Jr., Voices from Petujazizi: Dakota Stories and Storytellers
Kateri Bird

The Challenges of the Literary Tradition of the Oceti Sakowin
Gabrielle Tateyuskanskan

David Heska Wanbli Weiden, Winter Counts
Lanniko Lee

David Heska Wanbli Weiden, Winter Counts
Winya Luta Win Patty Bordeaux Nelson

Toháŋl kiŋháŋ uŋglápi kta he?
Tipiziwin Tolman

my pronouns are super/nova
Taté Walker

Ancestral Rx
Taté Walker

Oceti Sakowin Writers Reflections on Storytelling
Lanniko L. Lee, Patty Bordeaux Nelson, Jessica Garcia Fritz, Sarah Hernandez, Christopher Pexa, and Kim TallBear