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The Routledge Companion to Native American Literature
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Introduction: The Indigenous Contexts of "Native." "American." "Literature.", Deborah Madsen

1. IDENTITIES

1. Indigenous American Literature: The Inter-American Hemispheric Perspective, Earl E. Fitz

2. Alaska Native Literature, Susan Kollin

3. American Imperialism and Pacific Literatures, Brandy Nalani McDougall

4. Clear-Cut: The Importance of Mixedblood Identities and the Promise of Native American Cosmopolitanism to Native American Literatures, Chris Lalonde

5. The Problem of Authenticity in Contemporary American "Gone Indian" Stories, Judit Agnes Kadar

6. Indigenous Writers and the Urban Indian Experience, Carol Miller

7. Recovering a Sovereign Erotic: Two-Spirit Writers "Reclaim a Name for Ourselves", Alicia Cox

8. Indigenous Feminisms, Leah Sneider

2. KEY MOMENTS

9. U.S.-Indian Treaty-Relations and Native American Treaty Literature, David J. Carlson

10. The Marshall Trilogy and Its Legacies, Sabine N. Meyer

11. Native Letters and North-American Indian Wars, Oliver Scheiding

12. Finding Voice in Changing Times: The Politics of Native Self-Representation during the Periods of Removal and Allotment, Mark Rifkin

13. Assimilative Schooling and Native American Literature, Tova Cooper

14. Federalism Reconfigured: Native Narrations and the Indian New Deal, Joseph Bauerkemper

15. Embodied Jursigenesis: NAGPRA, Dialogue, and Repatriation in American Indian Literature, Amelia V. Katanski

16. Native American Literature and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Eric Cheyfitz

3. SOVEREIGNTIES

17. "That We May Stand Up and Walk Ourselves": Indian Sovereignty and Diplomacy after the Revolutionary War, Tammy Wahpeconiah

18. "What Can I Tell Them That They Will Hear": Environmental Sovereignty and American Indian Literature, Lee Schweninger

19. A Seat at the Table: Political Representation for Animals, Brian Hudson

20. Where Food Grows on Water: Food Sovereignty and Indigenous North American Literatures, Janet Fiskio 21. (Alter)Native Medicine and Health Sovereignty: Disease and Healing in Contemporary Native American Writings, Hsinya Huang

22. Religious Sovereignty and the Ghost Dance in Native American Fiction, Susannah Hopson

23. Native American Activism and Survival: Political, Legal, Cultural, Bruce E. Johansen

24. Identity, Culture, Community and Nation: Literary Theory as Politics and Praxis, Kirby Brown

4. TRADITIONS

25. Indigenous Literacy and Language, Birgit Brander Rasmussen

26. Native American Voices in Colonial North America, Kathryn N. Gray

27. Early Native American Writing, Drew Lopenzina

28. The Historical and Literary Role of Folklore, Storytelling, and the Oral Tradition in Native American Literatures, Susan Berry Brill de Ramirez

29. Spinning the Binary: Visual Cultures and Literary Aesthetics, David Stirrup

30. Indigenous Hermeneutics through Ceremony: Song, Language, and Dance, Diveena S. Marcus 31. Native American Intellectuals: Moundbuilders of Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, Cari M. Carpenter 5. LITERARY FORMS

32. Crossing the Bering Strait: Transpacific Turns and Native Literatures, Iping Liang

33. Reverse Assimilation: Native Appropriations of Euro-American Conventions, Kenneth M. Roemer

34. From As-Told-To Stories to Indigenous Communal Narratives, Stephanie A. Sellers

35. Native Short Story: Authorships, Styles, A. Robert Lee

36. "A New Legacy for Future Generations": Native North American Performance and Drama, Birgit Dawes

37. Native American Poetry: Loosening the Bonds of Representation, Kathryn W. Shanley & David L. Moore

38. Native American Novels: The Renaissance, the Homing Plot, and Beyond, John Gamber

39. Film in the Blood, Something in The Eye: Voice and Vision in Native American Cinema, Theodore Van Alst, Jr.

40. Indigenous Uncanniness: Windigo Revisited and Popular Culture, Sarah Henzi

41. Future Pasts: Comics, Graphic Novels, and Digital Media, Susan Bernardin Further Reading

About the Author

Deborah L. Madsen is Professor of American Literature and Culture at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.

Reviews

"... an invaluable resource. Summing Up: Recommended."

- R. Welburn, University of Massachusetts Amherst in CHOICE

"Another invigorating aspect of several essays in the collection is the manner in which they reveal a wealth of complexity and diversity within the literature and the attendant literary criticism. As a body, these entries reflect on a great number of the opinions, traditions and debates found in Indian Country. The effect is to offer the reader
a rich and dynamic consideration of the nuances that exist within the field as a whole."

- Wasafiri, 32:2

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