Published, Performed, Presented
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In February, Arnold Krupat (LITERATURE, GLOBAL STUDIES) contributed an article, “Nationalism, Indigenism, Cosmopolitanism: Three Critical Perspectives on Native American Literatures” to the anthology Indigenous Peoples: Self-Determination, Knowledge, Indigeneity (Eburon). He also published “William Apess, Storier of Survivance” in Survivance (University of Nebraska Press). In April, he gave two lectures, “Debates and Changes in American Indian Literary Criticism” and “That the People May Live: Toward a Study of Native American Elegy” at the Native American Studies Conference at the University of Georgia.
Jeffrey McDaniel (POETRY) released his fourth poetry collection, The Endarkenment, in April (University of Pittsburgh).
An excerpt of Indigo, the forthcoming nonfiction project by Catherine McKinley-Davis ’89 (WRITING), was published in January in the 30th anniversary issue of Callaloo.
Nicolaus Mills (LITERATURE, AMERICAN STUDIES) lectured on the Marshall Plan and American foreign policy at the Weatherhead Center for International Studies at Harvard and the National Defense University in Washington.
The River Queen, a travel memoir by Mary Morris (WRITING), was published by Henry Holt & Co. in April.5