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CONTENTS OF SAIL (Series 2, 1989- )


v.1

1989

v.2

1990

v.3

1991

v.4

1992

v.5

1993

v.6

1994

v.7

1995

v.8

1996

v.9

1997

v.10

1998

v.11

1999

v.12

2000

v.13

2001

v.14

2002

v.15

2003

v.16

2004

v.17

2005

v.18

2006

v.19

2007

v.20

2008

v.21

2009

v.22

2010

v.23

2011

v.24

2012

v.25

2013

v.26

2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1 (Summer 1989)

T. C. S. Langen
"Estoy-eh-muut and the Morphologists": 1-12 [correction: 1.2 (Fall 1989): 32].

Joseph W. Bruchac III
"We Are the Inbetweens: An Interview with Mary TallMountain": 13-21.

REVIEWS:
Gretchen M. Bataille
Lakota Storytelling: Black Elk, Ella Deloria, and Frank Fools Crow, by Julian Rice: 29-30.

Robert M. Nelson
Simon Ortiz, by Andrew Wiget: 30-32.

Helen Jaskoski
Ancestral Voice: Conversations with N. Scott Momaday, by Charles L. Woodard;
The Delicacy and Strength of Lace: Letters Between Leslie Marmon Silko and James Wright, ed. Anne Wright: 32-34
.

Agnes Grant
Honour the Sun, by Ruby Slipperjack: 34-36.

 

1.2 (Fall 1989)

Robert M. Nelson
"Snake and Eagle: Abel's Disease and the Landscape of House Made of Dawn": 1-20, correction, iv.

Linda L. Danielson
"The Storytellers in Storyteller": 21-31.

 

1.3-4 (Winter 1989)

Helen Jaskoski
"Bird Songs of Southern California: An Interview with Paul Apodaca": 1-11.

REVIEWS:
Jim Charles
Approaches to Teaching Momaday's The Way to Rainy Mountain, ed. Kenneth M. Roemer: 14-15.

Agnes Grant
The Native in Literature: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives, ed. Thomas King, Cheryl Calver, and Helen Hoy: 15-20.

Helen Jaskoski
Recovering the Word: Essays on Native American Literature, ed. Brian Swann and Arnold Krupat: 20-24.

Alanna Kathleen Brown
D'Arcy McNickle, by James Ruppert: 24-27.

Joyce Flynn
The Faithful Hunter: Abenaki Stories, by Joseph W. Bruchac III: 27-29.

Robley Evans
Elderberry Flute Song: Contemporary Coyote Tales, by Peter Blue Cloud [Aroniawenrate]: 29-31.

Clifford E. Trafzer
Zuñi Folk Tales, ed. Frank Hamilton Cushing: 31-33.

Hertha D. Wong
The Moccasin Maker, by E. Pauline Johnson: 33-35.

Rhoda Carroll
Ghost Singer, by Anna Lee Walters: 36-37.

Helen Jaskoski
I Tell You Now: Autobiographical Essays by Native American Writers, ed. Brian Swann and Arnold Krupat;
Survival This Way: Interviews with American Indian Poets, by Joe Bruchac: 37-40
.

Linda L. Danielson
Hand into Stone, by Elizabeth Woody: 40-43.

Cynthia Taylor
Savings: Poems, by Linda Hogan: 43-45.

Robert F. Gish
Greyhounding This America: Poems and Dialog, by Maurice Kenny: 45-46.

Paul G. Zolbrod
The Hopi Way: Tales from a Vanishing Culture, ed. Mando Sevillano: 47-48.

 

2.1 (Spring 1990)

James Ruppert
"The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Dead: Myth and Historical Consciousness in Two Contact Narratives": 1-10.

Joseph E. DeFlyer
"From Creation Stories to '49 Songs: Cultural Transactions with the White World as Portrayed in Northern Plains Indians Story and Song": 11-27.

REVIEWS:
Sharon M. Dilloway
Summer in the Spring: Ojibway Lyric Poems and Tribal Stories, ed. Gerald Vizenor: 29-31.

Barre Toelken
Tony Hillerman, by Fred Erisman: 31-32.

 

2.2 (Summer 1990)
NEW NATIVE AMERICAN WRITING

Joseph W. Bruchac III
"New Native American Writing: Introduction": 1.

[contributions are poetry unless otherwise noted]

Charlotte DeClue
"Voices": 2-5.

Gus Palmer
"People of the Mid-Summer Sun": 5.

Maurice Kenny
"Philadelphia": 6, "Manhattan": 6.

Forrest Aguila Funmaker
"Hesitation": 7.

Armand Garnet Ruffo
"Settlers": 8, "Influences": 8-9.

Earle Thompson
"Lessons": 10, "Whale Song II": 10.

Glen C. Simpson
"Overnight at Boundary House, 1984": 11, "People in Parts": 11.

LeAnne Howe
"Choctaw Mortuary Practices": 12.

Roy N. Henry
"Brevig Mission": 13.

Renee Matthew Singh
"Woodsman": 13-14.

Maureena C. A. Manyfingers
"Sleeping Clouds": 14.

Terri Meyette
"I Wish My Mother Had Named Me Wind": 15.

Adrian C. Louis
"Petroglyphs & Other Voices": 16-18.

Lance Henson
"veterans hospital": 19, "leaving bents fort": 19.

Della Frank
"Shimasani My Grandmother": 20-21.

Louis Littlecoon Oliver
"Ah'-cho-lot's Omen": 22.

Cheryl Savageau
"At the Pow Wow": 22, "Trees": 23.

Joe Dale Tate Nevaquaya
"The Dream Warrior": 24.

Duane Big Eagle
"Heritage": 25.

Sidner Larson
"Aunt Julia": 26, "For Dick": 27.

Ron Welburn
"Basketball and Dancing": 28, "Blackfeet": 28.

[Marie] Annharte [Baker]
"We Were All Bums Once": 29.

Jeanetta L. Calhoun
"museum pieces": 30, "decision": 30-31.

Karoniaktatie
"Indian Machismo (Skin to Skin)": 32-33.

Charles Brashers
"Chanco" [fiction]: 34-42.

 

2.3 (Fall 1990)

Greg Sarris
"Prickly Pears": 1-17.

REVIEWS:

Kristin Herzog
Spiderwoman's Granddaughters: Traditional Tales and Contemporary Writing by Native American Women, ed. Paula Gunn Allen: 23-26.

Ron Welburn
Blood Salt, by Doris Seale: 26-27.

Gretchen Ronnow
Coyote's Journal, ed. James Koller, "Gogisgi" Carroll Arnett, Steve Nemirow, and Peter Blue Cloud: 27-30.

Helen Jaskoski
American Indian Autobiography, by H. David Brumble III: 30-34.

Robert M. Nelson
Landmarks of Healing: A Study of House Made of Dawn, by Susan Scarberry-García: 35-38.

Hertha D. Wong
The Life I've Been Living, by Moses Cruikshank: 38-41.

Roger Dunsmore
Blue Horses for Navajo Women, by Nia Francisco: 41-43.

Robley Evans
Near the Mountains, by Joseph Bruchac: 44-46.

Marie Annharte Baker
Not Vanishing, by Chrystos: 47-48.

 

2.4 (Winter 1990)

Carol Miller
"The Story is Brimming Around: An Interview with Linda Hogan": 1-9.

Charles G. Ballard
"Planes of Reality: A Review [of The Ancient Child]": 10-11.

Marie M. Schein
"Alienation and Art in The Ancient Child": 11-14.

Helen Jaskoski
"The Ancient Child: A Note on Background": 14-15.

REVIEWS:
Kenneth M. Roemer
The Voice in the Margin: Native American Literature and the Canon, by Arnold Krupat: 24-29.

Kathryn S. Vangen
The Good Red Road: Passages into Native America, by Kenneth Lincoln, with Al Logan Slagle: 29-32.

Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr.
The Singing Spirit: Early Short Stories by North American Indians, ed. Bernd C. Peyer: 32-36.

Andrea Lerner
The Droning Shaman, by Nora Marks Dauenhauer: 36-38.

Margaret Nelson
The Witch of Goingsnake and Other Stories, by Robert Conley: 38-40.

Nadine Jennings: 40-41.
Darryl Hattenhauer: 42.
Chainbreaker: The Revolutionary War Memoirs of Governor Blacksnake as Told to Benjamin Williams, ed. Thomas S. Abler: 40-42.

Agnes Grant
Sacred Feathers: The Reverend Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby) and the Mississauga Indians, by Donald B. Smith: 43-44.

James W. Parins
Longlance: The True Story of an Imposter, by Donald B. Smith,
The Life of Okah Tubbee, ed. Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr.: 44-47
.

Charles Brashers
A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison, by James E. Seaver: 47-49.

 

3.1 (Spring 1991)
TRADITIONAL LITERATURES

Toby C. S. Langen and Bonnie Barthold
"The Texts are Compelling: Introduction to This Issue": 1-7.

Victoria Howard
"Awl and Her Son's Son": 8-12.

"Grizzly Woman Killed People": 13-18.

Craig Thompson
"Gender Representations in Two Clackamas Myths": 19-39 [commentary 3.4 (Winter 1991): 42-45].

Crisca Bierwert
"Apparent Differences: The Study of Surface Texture in `The Marriage of Crow' as Narrated by Lushootseed Storyteller Martha Lamont," and "Glossolalia Replayed: Concordance/ Referentiality/ Concordance": 40-47, 66-79.

Martha Lamont, transcr. Thom Hess and Levi Lamont, trans. Crisca Bierwert
"The Marriage of Crow": 48-65.

REVIEWS:
Omar S. Castañeda
Word and Image in Maya Culture, ed. William F. Hanks and Don S. Rice: 84-87.

Cortland Pell Auser
Ugiuvangmiut Quliapyuit / King Island Tales: Eskimo History and Legends from Bering Strait, ed. Laurence D. Kaplan: 87-89.

Paul Zolbrod
Seneca Myths and Folk Tales, by Arthur C. Parker: 89-92.

Helen Jaskoski
Wintu Texts, ed. Alice Shepherd,
Mirror and Pattern: George Laird's World of Chemehuevi Mythology, by Carobeth Laird: 92-97
.

 

3.2 (Summer 1991)
AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURES AND TEACHING

Lawrence Abbott
"American Indian Literatures and Teaching: Introduction": 1.

Joseph Bruchac
"Four Directions: Some Thoughts on Teaching Native American Literature": 2-7.

Kenneth Roemer
"The Heuristic Powers of Indian Literatures: What Native Authorship Does to Mainstream Texts": 8-21.

Bill Brown
"Trusting Story and Reading The Surrounded": 22-27.

David Sudol
"American Indian Autobiography and Written Composition: A Course Proposal": 28-35.

Roger Dunsmore
"A Navajo High School and the Truth of Trees": 36-40.

Gary Griffith and Lucy Maddox
"Letting Them Teach Each Other: An Experiment in Classroom Networking": 41-50.

REVIEWS:
Larry Abbott
Books Without Bias: Through Indian Eyes, ed. Beverly Slapin and Doris Seale,
Teaching the Native American, ed. Hap Gilliland, Jon Reyhner, and Rachel Schafer: 53-55
.

Robley Evans
Indian School Days, by Basil H. Johnston: 55-58.

Louise Mengelkoch
Ojibway Heritage, by Basil H. Johnston: 58-60.

Carol A. Miller
Ojibway Ceremonies, by Basil H. Johnston: 60-62.

Sidner J. Larson
The Sun Came Down: The History of the World as My Blackfeet Elders Told It, by Percy Bullchild: 62-64.

Jon Reyhner
Cross-Cultural Teaching Tales, ed. Judith Kleinfeld: 64-65.

Alanna Kathleen Brown
Coyote Stories, by Mourning Dove, ed. Jay Miller,
Mourning Dove: A Salishan Autobiography, ed. Jay Miller: 66-70
.

Bette S. Weidman
Coyote Stories, by Mourning Dove, ed. Jay Miller: 70-73.

Larry Evers
Circle of Motion: Arizona Anthology of Contemporary American Indian Literature, ed. Kathleen Mullen Sands: 73-75.

James Ruppert
Word Ways: The Novels of D'Arcy McNickle, by John Lloyd Purdy: 75-77.

Pauline Woodward: 78-80.
Bonnie J. Barthold: 80-81.
Narrative Chance: Postmodern Discourse on Native American Indian Literatures, ed. Gerald Vizenor: 78-81.

James H. Maguire: 82-84.
Birgit Hans: 84-86.
Arnold Krupat: 86-89.
Native American Literatures, ed. Laura Coltelli: 82-89.

 

3.3 (Fall 1991)

William M. Clements
"`Identity' and `Difference' in the Translation of Native American Oral Literatures: A Zuni Case Study": 1-13.

Sylvie Moulin
"Nobody is an Orphan: Interview with Luci Tapahonso": 14-18.

Rodney Simard
"Easin' on Dawn the Powwow Highway(s)": 19-23.

Toby Langen and Kathryn Shanley
"Culture Isn't Buckskin Shoes: A Conversation Around Powwow Highway": 23-29.

Marshall Toman and Carole Gerster
"Powwow Highway in an Ethnic Film and Literature Course": 29-38.

REVIEWS:
James W. Parins
American Indian Literatures: An Introduction, Bibliographic Review, and Selected Bibliography, by A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff: 45-46.

H. C. Wolfart
Wolverine Myths and Visions: Dene Traditions from Northern Alberta, ed. Patrick Moore and Angela Wheelock: 46-52.

Greg Sarris
California Indian Nights, comp. Edward W. Gifford and Gwendoline Harris Block: 52-55.

Hertha D. Wong
Bighorse the Warrior, by Tiana Bighorse, ed. Noël Bennett: 56-58.

Julian Rice
Wigwam Evenings: Sioux Folk Tales Retold, by Charles A. Eastman [Ohiyesa] and Elaine Goodale Eastman: 59-62.

Jarold Ramsey
Dancing on the Rim of the World: An Anthology of Contemporary Northwest Native American Poetry, ed. Andrea Lerner: 62-64.

Sidner Larson
The Indian Lawyer, by James Welch: 64-65.

Carter Revard
In Mad Love and War, by Joy Harjo: 66-69.

Robert F. Gish
The Invisible Musician, by Ray A. Young Bear: 69-72.

Rodney Simard
Medicine River, by Thomas King: 72-75.

Ron Welburn
Chasers of the Sun: Creek Indian Thoughts, by Louis Littlecoon Oliver: 75-76.

Rhoda Carroll
Simple Songs, by Vickie Sears: 76-80.

Robert F. Sayre
A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: The Autobiography of Chief G. W. Grayson, ed. W. David Baird: 80-83.

Agnes Grant
Native Literature in Canada: From the Oral Tradtion to the Present, ed. Penny Petrone: 83-86.

Birgit Hans
Paula Gunn Allen, by Elizabeth I. Hanson: 86-90.

 

3.4 (Winter 1991)
Special Issue on Louise Erdrich

James Flavin
"The Novel as Performance: Communication in Louise Erdrich's Tracks": 1-12.

Jeanne Smith
"Transpersonal Selfhood: The Boundaries of Identity in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine": 13-26
.

Ann Rayson
"Shifting Identity in the Work of Louise Erdrich and Michael Dorris": 27-36
.

Victoria Walker
"A Note on Narrative Perspective in Tracks": 37-40.

REVIEWS:
Peter G. Beidler: 47-50.
Helen Hoy: 50-55.
The Crown of Columbus, by Michael Dorris and Louise Erdrich: 47-55.

Helen Jaskoski
Baptism of Desire: Poems, by Lousie Erdrich: 55-57.

Robley Evans
Interior Landscapes: Autobiographical Myths and Metaphors and Griever: An American Monkey King in China, by Gerald Vizenor: 57-61.

Bette S. Weidman
Native Writers and Canadian Writing, ed. W. H. New: 61-65.

Gretchen M. Bataille
Winged Words: American Indian Writers Speak, ed. Laura Coltelli: 66-67.

Rodney Simard
Living the Spirit: A Gay American Indian Anthology, comp. Will Roscoe: 67-70.

Jeane Coburn Breinig
The Light on the Tent Wall: A Bridging, by Mary TallMountain: 70-72.

Roger Weaver
Fire Water World, by Adrian C. Louis: 72-74.

Charles Ballard
Smaller Circles, Crazy Horse Never Died, Unfinished Business, and Breeds, by Roxy Gordon: 75-77.

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
Lakota Woman, by Mary Crow Dog, with Richard Erdoes: 77-80.

Virginia Hymes
Western Apache Language and Culture: Essays in Lingustic Anthropology, by Keith H. Basso: 80-83.

Daniel A. Brown
Black Elk's Story: Distinguishing Its Lakota Purpose, by Julian Rice: 83-84.

 

4.1 (Spring 1992)
Special Issue on Louise Erdrich, Part 2

Lissa Schneider
"Love Medicine: A Metaphor for Forgiveness": 1-13.

Annette Van Dyke
"Questions of the Spirit: Bloodlines in Louise Erdrich's Chippewa Landscape": 15-27.

Joni Adamson Clarke
"Why Bears Are Good to Think and Theory Doesn't Have to be Murder: Transformation and Oral Tradition in Louise Erdrich's Tracks": 28-48.

Daniel Cornell
"Women Looking: Revis(ion)ing Pauline's Subject Position in Louise Erdrich's Tracks": 49-64.

REVIEWS:
Jeane Coburn Breinig
Raven Tells Stories: An Anthology of Alaskan Native Writing, ed. Joseph Bruchac: 72-73.

Larry Abbott
Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children, by Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac: 73-75.

Louis Owens
The Lightning Within: An Anthology of Contemporary American Indian Fiction, ed. Alan R. Velie: 75-76.

Jim Charles
Our Bit of Truth: An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature, ed. Agnes Grant: 77-79.

Helen Jaskoski
The Heirs of Columbus, by Gerald Vizenor: 79-82.

 

4.2-3 (Summer-Fall 1992)
Classical Literatures

Helen Jaskoski
"Mightier Than the Sword?: An Introduction": 1-11.

Denise Low
"A Comparison of the English Translations of a Mayan Text, the Popol Vuh": 13-34.

Wolfgang Hochbruck and Beatrix Dudensing-Reichel
"`Honoratissimi Benefactores': Native American Students and Two Seventeenth Century Texts in the University Tradition": 35-47.

Laura Murray
"`Pray Sir, Consider a Little': Rituals of Subordination and Strategies of Resistance in the Letters of Hezekiah Calvin and David Fowler to Eleazar Wheelock, 1764-1768": 48-74.

A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff
"Introduction: Samson Occom's Sermon Preached by Samson Occom . . . at the Execution of Moses Paul, an Indian": 75-81.

Samson Occom
Sermon Preached by Samson Occom . . . at the Execution of Moses Paul, an Indian: 82-105.

John Lowe
"Space and Freedom in the Golden Republic: Yellow Bird's The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit": 106-22.

Annette Van Dyke
"An Introduction to Wynema, A Child of the Forest, by Sophia Alice Callahan": 123-28.

Sophia Alice Callahan
Two Chapters from Wynema, A Child of the Forest: 129-35.

Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr.
"Evolution of Alex Posey's Fus Fixico Persona": 136-44.

Erik Peterson
"An Indian, an American: Ethnicity, Assimilation and Balance in Charles Eastman's From the Deep Woods to Civilization": 145-60.

Alanna Kathleen Brown
"The Evolution of Mourning Dove's Coyote Stories": 161-80 [see retraction 4.4 (Winter 1992): 124].

Birgit Hans
"Re-Visions: An Early Version of The Surrounded": 181-95.

REVIEWS:
William Bright
A Guide to Early Field Recordings at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology, by Richard Keeling: 203-05.

Jane Hipolito
On Our Own Ground: The Complete Writings of Willam Apess, a Pequot, ed. Barry O'Connell: 205-07.

Helen Jaskoski
To the American Indian: Reminiscences of a Yurok Woman, by Lucy Thompson [Che-Na-Wah Weitch-Ah-Wah]: 207-10.

Alanna Kathleen Brown
Waterlily, by Ella Cara Deloria: 210-12.

Rodney Simard
John Rollin Ridge: His Life and Works, by James W. Parins: 212-14.

Andrew Wiget
American Indian Literature: An Anthology, rev. edn., ed. Alan Velie: 215-18.

James Ruppert
Life Lived Like a Story: Life Stories of Three Yukon Elders, by Julie Cruikshank: 218-20.

Arlene B. Hirschfelder
Talking Leaves: Contemporary Native American Short Stories, ed. Craig Lesley: 220-23.

Roger Weaver
Drawings of the Song Animals: New and Selected Poems, by Duane Niatum: 223-25.

 

4.4 (Winter 1992)
New Native American Writing

[contributions are poetry unless otherwise indicated]

Sherman Alexie
"Portrait of the Indian as a Young Man": 1, "Hypothesis": 2, "Going on the Wagon": 2.

Paula Gunn Allen
"Storysherd" [fiction]: 3-14.

Charles Ballard
"Outdoor Cafe": 15, "Kamchatka": 15-16.

Kimberly M. Blaeser
"Trailing You": 16-17.

Charles Brashear
"How Beans Make Decisions" [fiction]: 18-27.

R. M. Caudell
"Grandmom Used to Say": 28-29, "Beneath the Shield": 30.

Norla Chee
"The Beautiful Way" [fiction]: 31-36, "What This Man Said": 37.

Woesha Cloud North
"The Wild Geese": 38, "Ritual of Death": 39.

Karen Coody Cooper
"To All the Women Who've Led the Boys": 40, "If You Can Live with the Memory": 40.

Charlotte DeClue
"When Anger Came to the No Anger People": 41-42, "The Fields": 43-44.

RoseMary Diaz
"Salt": 45-46, "Home": 46.

Rex Jim [Mazii Dineltsoi]
"A Navajo Woman's Compassion and the Whiteman's Response": 47-48.

Della Frank
"I Like It Like This...": 49, "She Pursues the Man": 50, "When I Was a Little Girl": 50-52, "Earth Dirt": 52-53.

Diane Glancy
"First Lieutenant Marine": 54, "For My Daughter": 55, "Portrait of the Sufficiency of Winter": 56, "Peeling Red Potatoes for the Pow-Wow Soup": 57.

Dorys Crow Grover
"Prairie Creek": 58.

McArthur Gunter [Tashunka Raven]
"Global Blues: A Post-Columbus Dissertation on the Earth Mother: An Experimental Poem": 59.

Roy N. Henry
"Young Inupiat": 60-61, "Damn!!!": 61-62, "Kai'auqiuq (Red Fox) Perforce": 62.

Maurice Kenny
"Photograph, Carlisle Indian School (1879-1918)": 63-65, "Eva": 65, "Heard: Somewhere in the Southwest": 66.

Jacki Marunycz
"12 Arrested as Women Protest Rape": 67.

Carol Miller
"Quantum": 68-69.

Carter Revard
"Birch Canoe": 70, "An Eagle Nation": 70-73, "Given": 74-75.

Patricia Riley In the Woods
"after dark": 76, "Selu's daughters": 76-77, "to the mothers of nine who took their lives": 77, "southern trees": 78.

Nastasia K. Wahlberg
"If You Had the Chance": 78.

Joanna L. Wassillie
"She Danced": 79-80; "My Grandfather's Hands": 80.

Dan Runnels
"Red Mythology: A German Eagle, a French Fox, and the Native American Coyote" [narrative]: 81-88

REVIEWS:
Darryl Babe Wilson
Annikadel: The History of the Universe as Told by the Achumawi Indians of California, by Istet Woiche, rec. and ed. C. Hart Merriam: 92-99.

Woesha Cloud North
Portage Lake: Memories of an Ojibwe Childhood, by Maude Kegg, ed. and transcr. John C. Nichols: 99-101.

Roger Weaver
Deer Hunting and Other Poems, by Geary Hobson,
Last Mornings in Brooklyn, by Maurice Kenny,
Engine, by Gogisgi [Carroll Arnett],
another song for america, by Lance Henson: 117-18
.
Makers, ed. Edgar Heap of Birds: 102-05.

Ron Welburn
Deer Hunting and Other Poems, by Geary Hobson: 105-07.

Andrea Lerner
The Business of Fancydancing: Stories and Poems, by Sherman Alexie: 107-10.

Maurice Kenny
Night Perimeter: New and Selected Poems, by Gogisgi [Carroll Arnett]: 111-13.

R. A. Bonham
Mean Spirit, by Linda Hogan: 114-16.

Betty Louise Friedman
Landfill Meditations: Crossblood Stories, by Gerald Vizenor: 117-18.

Bob Gish
Fantasies of the Master Race, by Ward Churchill, ed. M. Annette Jaimes: 119-20.

 

5.1 (Spring 1993)
LESLIE MARMON SILKO'S STORYTELLER
Linda Danielson, Guest Editor

Linda Danielson
"Guest Editor's Introduction": 1-5.

Toby C. S. Langen
"Storyteller as Hopi Basket": 7-24.

John M. Gunn
"Ko-pat Ka-nat": 25-30.

Robert M. Nelson
"He Said / She Said: Writing Oral Tradition in John Gunn's "Ko-pot Ka-nat" and Leslie Silko's Storyteller": 31-50.

Helen Jaskoski
"Teaching with Storyteller at the Center": 51-61.

Lee Marmon
"A Laguna Portfolio": 62-74.

Diane Glancy
Halfact: 75-86.

REVIEWS:
Linda Danielson
Mohawk Trail, by Beth Brant: 103-107.

Annette Van Dyke
Food & Spirits, by Beth Brant: 108-109.

Sandra Sprayberry
Madonna Swan: A Lakota Woman's Story, as told through Mark St. Pierre: 110-112.

Lawrence Abbott
Mud Woman: Poems from the Clay, by Nora Naranjo-Morse: 112-115.

Roger Weaver
Other Council Fires Were Here Before Ours, retold by Twylah Nitsch and Jamie Sams: 115-116.

 

5.2 (Summer 1993)
SAIL SERIES 1 (1977-87) RETROSPECTIVE

Rodney Simard
"`A Wilderness Unlittered by Academic Trash'": 1-5.

Elaine Jahner
"Indian Literature and Critical Responsibility": 7-12.

Joseph W. Bruchac III
"A Good Day to Be Alive: Some Observations on Contemporary American Indian Writing": 13-16.

Gretchen M. Bataille
"Ray Young Bear: Tribal History and Personal Vision": 17-20.

Peter Nabokov
"American Indian Literature: A Tradition of Renewal": 21-28.

Andrew Wiget
"Blue Stones, Bones, and Troubled Silver: The Poetic Craft of Wendy Rose": 29-33.

Mary TallMountain
"Paula Gunn Allen's `The One Who Skins Cats': An Inquiry into Spiritedness": 34-38.

A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff
"Gerald Vizenor: Compassionate Trickster": 39-45.

Maurice Kenny
"Blackening the Robe": 46-48.

Susan Lepselter
"Topic of Transformation: Some Aspects of Myth and Metaphor": 49-56.

Roger Dunsmore
"Earth's Mind": 57-66.

John Purdy
"Bha'a and The Death of Jim Loney": 67-71.

Karl Kroeber
"Oral Narrative in an Age of Mechanical Reproduction": 72-88.

Index by Issue, Series 1 (1977-87) and Series 2 (1989-92): 91-119.
Index of Contributors: 120-126.
Illustrations by Richard Glazer-Danay: 5, 6, 20, 28, 33, 38, 56, 66, 89, 90, 126, 127.

 

5.3 (Fall 1993)
GERALD VIZENOR

Rodney Simard
"Coffee House Discourse": 1-2.

Patricia Linton
"The `Person' in Postmodern Fiction: Gibson, Le Guin, and Vizenor": 3-11.

Nora Barry
"Chance and Ritual: The Gambler in the Texts of Gerald Vizenor": 13-22.

Juana María Rodríguez
"Gerald Vizenor's Shadow Plays: Narrative Mediations and Multiplicities of Power": 23-30.

Irene Gonzales
"Textual Stimulation: Gerald Vizenor's Use of Law in Advocacy Literature": 31-35.

Winona Stevenson
"Suppressive Narrator and Multiple Narratees in Gerald Vizenor's `Thomas White Hawk'": 36-42.

Gerald Vizenor
"`I Defy Analysis': A Conversation with Gerald Vizenor": 43-51.

Gerald Vizenor
Harold of Orange: A Screenplay: 53-88.

REVIEWS:
William Bright
On the Translation of Native American Literatures, ed. Brian Swann: 91-98
.

Helen Jaskoski
a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 7.2 (Fall 1992): 98-100.

James Ruppert
Forked Tongues: Speech, Writing and Representation in North American Indian Texts, by David Murray: 101-105.

Robert F. Gish
Black Eagle Child: The Facepaint Narratives, by Ray A. Young Bear: 105-107
.

Norma C. Wilson
another distance: new and selected poems, by lance henson: 108-109.

 

SUPPLEMENT

Franchot Ballinger, ed.
"A Guide to Native American Studies Programs in the United States": 1-31.

 

5.4 (Winter 1994)
TRADITIONAL LITERATURES

Dorothea M. Susag
"Zitkala-Sa (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin): A Power(full) Literary Voice": 3-24.

Frederick Hale
"Acceptance and Rejection of Assimilation in the Works of Standing Bear": 25-41.

Raven Hail
"The Great Spirit Goddess": 42-44.

Randall Moon
"William Apess and Writing White": 45-54.

Larry Ellis
"Trickster: Shaman of the Liminal": 55-68.

Betty Tardieu
"Communion in James Welch's Winter in the Blood": 69-80.

REVIEWS:
Kenneth Lincoln
Native American Literatures, ed. Laura Coltelli: 86-90.

John Purdy
Alex Posey: Creek Poet, Journalist, and Humorist, by Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr.: 91-93.

Susan Scarberry-García
Sending My Heart Back Across the Years: Tradition and Innovation in Native American Autobiography, by Hertha Dawn Wong: 93-97.

Robley Evans
Choteau Creek: A Sioux Reminiscence, by Joseph Iron Eye Dudley,
Not First in Nobody's Heart: The Life Story of a Contemporary Chippewa, by Ron Paquin and Robert Doherty: 97-100
.

 

6.1 (Spring 1994)
FEMINIST AND POST-COLONIAL APPROACHES
Susan Gardner, Guest Editor

Ann Rayson
"Post-Colonial Literature and Hawaii: Teaching Ethnic American Literature in a Colony": 1-10.

Burns Cooper
"White Men Can't Teach: Native Authors, White Teachers, and Classroom Authority": 11-23.

Jeannie Ludlow
"Working (In) the In-Between: Poetry, Criticism, Interrogation, and Interruption": 24-42.

Agnes Grant
"Reclaiming the Lineage House: Canadian Native Women Writers": 43-62.

Betty Louise Bell
"Pocahontas: `Little Mischief' and the `Dirty Men'": 63-70.

Norma C. Wilson
"Beyond False Boundaries": 71-82.

Janet St. Clair
"Uneasy Ethnocentrism: Recent Works of Allen, Silko, and Hogan": 83-98.

Vanessa Holford
"Re Membering Ephanie: A Woman's Re-Creation of Self in Paula Gunn Allen's The Woman Who Owned The Shadows": 99-113.

 

6.2 (Summer 1994): NEW NATIVE AMERICAN WRITING

Joseph Bruchac, ed.
Returning the Gift: Poetry and Prose from the First North American Native Writer's Festival

[Published as Volume 29 of Sun Tracks, this anthology contains work by more than 90 Native American writers. It was provided to SAIL subscribers through special arrangement with the National Endowment for the Arts and University of Arizona Press.]

 

6.3 (Fall 1994)
LINDA HOGAN: CALLING US HOME
Betty Louise Bell, Guest Editor

Linda Hogan
"Calling Myself Home": 1-2.

Betty Louise Bell
"Linda Hogan's Lessons in Making Do": 3-5.

Peggy Maddux Ackerberg
"Breaking Boundaries: Writing Past Gender, Genre, and Genocide in Linda Hogan": 7-14.

Elizabeth Blair
"The Politics of Place in Linda Hogan's Mean Spirit": 15-21.

Andrea Musher
"Showdown at Sorrow Cave: Bat Medicine and the Spirit of Resistance in Mean Spirit": 23-36.

Anna Carew-Miller
"Caretaking and the Work of the Text in Linda Hogan's Mean Spirit": 37-48.

Alix Casteel
"Dark Wealth in Linda Hogan's Mean Spirit": 49-68.

REVIEWS:
Sandra L. Sprayberry
Grandmothers of the Light: A Medicine Woman's Sourcebook, by Paula Gunn Allen: 71-73.

Eric Anderson
The Lightning Within: An Anthology of Contemporary American Indian Fiction, by Alan Velie: 74-77.

Larry Ellis
The Things That Were Said of Them, told by Asatchaq, tr. Tukummiq and Tom Lowenstein: 77-80.

Agnes Grant and Lavinia Gillespie
wanisinwak iskwêsisak awasisasinahikanis: Two Little Girls Lost in the Bush: A Cree Story for Children, told by Nêhiyaw/Glecia Bear: 80-82.

Sarah Bennett
The Bingo Palace
, by Louise Erdrich: 83-88.

Kristan Sarvé-Gorham
The Business of Fancydancing, by Sherman Alexie: 88-90.

Lynn Domina
Full Moon on the Reservation, by Gloria Bird: 90-92.

 

6.4 (Winter 1994)
CRITICAL APPROACHES
Greg Sarris, Guest Editor

Greg Sarris
"Introduction": 1-6.

David L. Moore
"Decolonializing Criticism: Reading Dialectics and Dialogics in Native American Literatures": 7-35.

Renae Bredin
"`Becoming Minor': Reading The Woman Who Owned the Shadows": 36-50.

Kathleen Donovan
"`A Menace Among the Words': Women in the Novels of N. Scott Momaday": 51-76.

Paul Zolbrod
"Navajo Poetry in a Changing World: What the Diné Can Teach Us": 77-93.

Christopher Norden
"Ecological Restoration as Post-Colonial Ritual of Community in Three Native American Novels": 94-106.

Greg Sarris
From Mabel McKay: Weaving the Dream: 107-113.

 

7.1 (Spring 1995)

Thomas D. Jenks
"morning prayer": 1-2.

Theresa Delgadillo
"Gender at Work in Laguna Coyote Tales": 3-16.

Charmaine M. Benz
"Indian Men With Baseball Caps": 25.

Clyde L. Hodge
"dealing with bears": 26.

Chris LaLonde
"Trickster, Trickster Discourse, and Identity in Louis Owens' Wolfsong": 27-42.

Clyde L. Hodge
"Bigtime": 43-44.

Kristine Holmes
"`This Woman Can Cross Any Line': Feminist Tricksters in the Works of Nora Naranjo-Morse and Joy Harjo": 45-63.

lance henson
"a new poem for elisabetta": 64.

Kerstin Schmidt
"Subverting the Dominant Paradigm: Gerald Vizenor's Trickster Discourse": 65-76.

Dallas Miller
"Mythic Rage and Laughter: An Interview with Gerald Vizenor": 77-96.

REVIEWS:
Theresa Delgadillo
Our Grandmothers' Lives as Told in Their Own Words, ed. And tr. Freda Ahenakew and H. C. Wolfart: 103-107.

Ermal Eston Henderson
Born a Chief: the Nineteenth Century Hopi Boyhood of Edmund Nequatewa
, as told to Alfred F. Whiting, ed. P. David Seaman: 107-109.

Agnes Grant
Owl in the Cedar Tree, by Natache Scott Momaday,
Red Hawk's Account of Custer's Last Battle, by Paul Goble,
Brave Eagle's Account of the Fetterman Fight, by Paul Goble: 110-112.

Sarah Bennett
Love Medicine: New and Expanded Version
, by Louise Erdrich: 112-118.

Jeannie Ludlow
The Indian Chronicles, by Jose Barreiro: 118-122.

 

7.2 (Summer 1995)

Diane Glancy
"He Has More Than One Ear":1-2.

Mary Chapman
"`The Belly of This Story': Storytelling and Symbolic Birth in Native American Fiction": 3-16.

Louise Flavin
"Gender Construction Amid Family Dissolution in Louise Erdrich's The Beet Queen": 17-24.

Clyde L. Hodge
"Masquerading as Farmers": 25-26.

Laura E. Donaldson
"Noah Meets Old Coyote, or Singing in the Rain: Intertextuality in Thomas King's Green Grass, Running Water": 27-43.

Dorys Crow Grover
"The Washita": 44.

D. L. Birchfield
"Lonesome Duck: The Blueing of a Texas-American Myth": 45-64.

Jay Miller
"Mourning Dove: Editing in All Directions to `Get Real'": 65-72.

REVIEWS:
Candace Bowles
Looking Glass
, ed. and intr. Clifford E. Trafzer: 73-76.

Robley Evans
Ethnocriticism: Ethnography, History, Literature, by Arnold Krupat: 77-85.

Julie LaMay Abner
Ponca War Dancers, by Carter Revard: 85-86.

Janet A. Baker
Language, History, and Identity: Ethnolinguistic Studies of the Arizona Tewa, by Paul V. Kroskrity: 86-90.

Peter G. Beidler
Returning the Gift: Poetry and Prose from the First North American Native Writer's Festival, ed. Joseph Bruchac: 91-93.

Marie H. Marley
Hopi Ruin Legends
, ed. and trans. Ekkehart Malotki: 94-95.

Kristan Sarvé-Gorham
Old Shirts & New Skins, by Sherman Alexie: 95-96.

Robert Appleford
Myths and Traditions of the Crow Indians
, by Robert H. Lowie: 97-98.

 

7.3 (Fall 1995)
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN POETRY
Sandra L. Sprayberry, Guest Editor

Sandra L. Sprayberry
"Introduction": 1-2.

Diane Glancy
"Tough Cookie": 3-6.

Janet McAdams
"We, I, `Voice,' and Voices: Reading Contemporary Native American Poetry": 7-16.

E. Grant
"He Walks in Two Worlds: A Visit with Maurice Kenny": 17-27.

Elizabeth H. McDade and Robert M. Nelson
"Spider Waits: Charlotte DeClue's `Voices'": 29-38.

Larry Abbott
"Between Heaven and Earth: The Art of Alex Jacobs": 39-49.

Susan Brill
"Discovering the Order and Structure of Things: A Conversive Approach to Contemporary Navajo Poetry": 51-70.

REVIEWS:
Scot Guenter
Multicultural Voices: Literature from the United States
, foreword by Rita Dove: 75-77.

Sarah Bennett
Conversations with Louise Erdrich and Michael Dorris
, ed. Allan Chavkin and Nancy Feyl Chavkin: 78-79.

Donovan Gwinner
The Sioux
, by Peter Hicks: 80-83.

Michael Cluff
Dirt Road Home
, by Cheryl Savageau: 83-87.

Vanessa Holford Diana
Crazywater: Native Voices on Addiction and Recovery, by Brian Maracle: 87-91.

 

7.4 (Winter 1995)
David Halliburton, Guest Editor

David Halliburton
"Introduction": 1-2.

Gerald Vizenor
"Transethnic Anthropologism: Comparative Ethnic Studies at Berkeley": 3-8.

Servio Marin
"Spatial Narrative: Aural and Visual Construction in the Musical Narrative of Minority Discourse": 9-34.

Gail Tremblay
"Reflections on Manifest Destiny": 35-36.

William Willard
"The Light of the Jurassic Sun is the Legacy of the Children of the Anasazi": 37-50.

Helia M. Corral
"Entitlement of Women in Latin America": 51-67.

Gail Tremblay
"Unravelling Cruelty": 69-70.

Bruce McKenna
"Teaching `Multicultural' Perspectives: All Not Present and Accounted For": 79-86.

Arthur Ramirez
"Feminist Neo-Indigenism in Chicana Aztlán": 71-78.

8.1 (Spring 1996)

David Cowart
"`The Rhythm of Three Strands': Cultural Braiding in Dorris's A Yellow Raft in Blue Water": 1-12.

Roberta Makashay Hendrickson
"Victims and Survivors: Native American Women Writers, Violence Against Women, and Child Abuse": 13-24.

Daniel Duane
"Mixed Intentions in D'Arcy McNickle's Wind From an Enemy Sky": 25-43.

Stuart Hoahwah
[untitled]: 44.

Erika Aigner-Alvarez
"Artifact and Written History: Freeing the Terminal Indian in Anna Lee Walters' Ghost Singer": 45-59.

Stuart Hoahwah
"East and Forever": 60.

Frederick Hale
"In the Tradition of Native American Autobiography? Janet Campbell Hale's Bloodlines": 68-80.

REVIEWS:
Ermal Erston Henderson
The Cherokee Removal: A Brief History with Documents
, ed. and intr. Theda Perdue and Michael D. Greene: 81-84.

Janet A. Baker
Dirt Road Home, by Cheryl Savageau: 84-86.

Scot Guenter
First Indian on the Moon
, by Sherman Alexie: 86-89.

Frederick H. White
The Imaginary Indian: The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture, by Daniel Francis: 89-93.

Mike Cluff
Ocean Power: Poems from the Desert
, by Ofelia Zepeda: 93-100.

 

8.2 (Summer 1996)
TEACHING AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURES
Julie LaMay Abner, Guest Editor

Julie LaMay Abner
"The Fusion of Identity, Literatures, and Pedagogy: Teaching American Indian Literatures": 1-5.

Chris LaLonde
"New Stories and Broken Necks: Incorporating Native American Texts in the American Literature Survey": 7-18.

Sandra L. Sprayberry
"Corners, Walls, and Doors: The Methodology of Exams in a Course on American Indian Literatures": 21-27.

Susan Gardner
"Not for Publication, or: On Not [Yet, Anyway] Producing Bicultural Lumbee Auto-Ethnography": 29-45.

Jim Charles and Richard Predmore
"When Critical Approaches Converge: Team-Teaching Welch's Winter in the Blood": 47-58.

Peter Beidler, ed.
"Silko's Originality in `Yellow Woman'": 61-84.
        Heather Holland, "The Woman as Willing Victim": 64-66.
        Ann Cavanaugh Sipos, "Silva as Brutal Rapist": 66-69.
        Jian Shi, "Old Spider Woman Eliminated": 69-71.
        Nora El-Aasser, "The White Rancher Added": 71-73.
        Melissa Fiesta Blossom, "Hunting, Cooking, and Gender Roles": 73-75.
        Carolyn Leslie Grossman, "Boundaries Crossed": 75-77.
        Jennifer A. Thornton, "The Power of Water": 77-79.
        Vanessa Holford Diana, "Looking and Seeing": 79-81.

Illustrations by Lorenzo Baca: iv, 5, 6, 18, 19, 20, 27, 28, 45, 46, 59, 60, 84.

REVIEWS:
Michael Elliot
Ke-ma-ha: The Omaha Stories of Francis La Flesche, eds. James W. Parins and Daniel F. Littleton, Jr.: 89-93.
Life and Death in Mohawk Country, by Bruce E. Johansen: 93-96.

Ruth Rosenberg
The Feathered Heart, by Mark Turcotte: 96-98.
Eagle Drum: On the Powwow Trail with a Young Grass Dancer, by Robert Crum: 98-100.

Larry Ellis
Indians, Franciscans, and Spanish Colonization, by Robert H. Jackson and Edward Castillo: 100-103.

 

8.3 (Fall 1996)

Andrea M. Penner
"The Moon Is So Far Away: An Interview with Luci Tapahonso": 1-12.

Blanca Chester
"Storied Dialogues: Exchanges of Meaning Between Storyteller and Anthropologist": 13-35.

Petra Fachinger
"Cross-Dressing as Appropriation in the Short Stories of Emma Lee Warrior": 36-48.

Julie Barak
"Blurs, Blends, Berdaches: Gender Mixing in the Novels of Louise Erdrich": 49-62.

Nicholas Sloboda
"Beyond the Iconic Subject: Re-Visioning Louise Erdrich's Tracks": 63-79.

REVIEW:
Jim Redd
The Feathered Heart
, by Mark Turcotte: 85-87.

 

8.4 (Winter 1996)
EUROPEAN WRITINGS ON NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURES
Birgit Hans, Guest Editor

Annette Veerman-Leichsenring
"A Popoloc Riddle": 1-12.

Susan Castillo
"Women Aging Into Power: Fictional Representations of Power and Authority in Louise Erdrich's Female Characters": 13-20.

Laura Coltelli
"Leslie Marmon Silko's Sacred Water": 21-29.

Peter Bakker
"When the Stories Disappear, Our People Will Disappear": Notes on Language and Contemporary Literature of the Saskatchewan Plains Cree and Métis": 30-45.

Sonja Bahn-Coblans
"Reading with a Eurocentric Eye the `Seeing with a Native Eye': Victor Masayesva's Itam Hakim, Hopiit": 47-60.

Daniele Fiorentino
"The American Indian Writer as a Cultural Broker: An Interview with N. Scott Momaday": 61-72.

REVIEWS:
Ron McFarland
Philadelphia Flowers, by Roberta Hill Whiteman: 79-83.

Pax Riddle
Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History, by Joaquin Miller: 83-85.

 

9.1 (Spring 1997)
GERALD VIZENOR
Louis Owens, Guest Editor

Louis Owens
"Introduction": 1-2.

Kimberly M. Blaeser
"`Interior Dancers': Transformations of Vizenor's Poetic Vision": 3-15.

Linda Lizut Helstern
"Blue Smoke and Mirrors: Griever's Buddhist Heart": 16-32.

Chris LaLonde
"The Ceded Landscape of Gerald Vizenor's Fiction": 33-46.

Andrew McClure
"Liberation and Identity: Bearing the Heart of The Heirship Chronicles": 47-59.

Bradley John Monsma
"Liminal Landscapes: Motion, Perspective, and Place in Gerald Vizenor's Fiction": 60-72.

Stephen D. Osborne
"Legal and Tribal Identity in Gerald Vizenor's The Heirs of Columbus": 115-127.

Elvira Pulitano
"Waiting for Ishi: Gerald Vizenor's Ishi and the Wood Ducks and Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot": 73-92.

Bernadette Rigel-Cellard
"Doubling in Gerald Vizenor's Bearheart: The Pilgrimage Strategy or Bunyan Revisited": 93-114.

 

9.2 (Summer 1997)

Sidner Larson
"Pragmatism and American Indian Thought": 1-10.

Roseanne Hoefel
"Walking with Jim Northrup and Sharing His `Rez'ervations": 11-21.

Chris LaLonde
"Stories, Humor, and Survival in Jim Northrup's Walking the Rez Road": 23-40
.

Lee Schweninger
"Irony and the `Balance of Nature on the Ridges' in Mathews's Talking to the Moon": 41-56.

Tiffany Midge
"Fishing at Sandy Point": 57-58.

Jeane Breinig
"Tribute to Mary TallMountain": 59-60.

Gabrielle Welford
"Reflections on Mary TallMountain's Life and Writing: Facing Mirrors": 61-68.

Robert Holton
"The Politics of Point of View: Representing History on Mourning Dove's Cogewea and D'Arcy McNickle's The Surrounded": 69-80.

Mace J. DeLorme
"Shaman or Showman": 22.

REVIEWS:
Joanne Marie Barker
Red Earth, White Lies: Native Americans and the Myth of Scientific Fact, by Vine Deloria, Jr.: 84-87.

Andrew McClure
The Legacy of D'Arcy McNickle: Writer, Historian, Activist, ed John Lloyd Purdy: 87-92.

MariJo Moore
The WPA Oklahoma Slave Narratives, ed. T. Lindsay Baker and Julie P. Baker: 92-93.

James Treat
Completing the Circle, by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve: 94-95.

Julie LaMay Abner
Bone Game, by Louis Owens: 96-97.

 

9.3 (Fall 1997)
TWENTIETH-ANNIVERSARY ISSUE ON THE FLAGSTAFF CONFERENCE ON NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURES

Kathleen Mullen Sands
"Introduction": 1-4.

John Purdy
"`And Then, Twenty Years Later . . .': A Conversation with Paula Gunn Allen": 5-16.

Kenneth M. Roemer
"A Retro-Prospective on Audience, Oral Literatures, and Ignorance": 17-24.

Gretchen M. Bataille
"Retrospective and Prospective": 25-30.

Elaine A. Jahner
"Deliberate Agendas and Accidental Representation": 31-36.

James Ruppert
"Toward a New Flagstaff": 37-40.

A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff
"Native American Literatures Were Going There": 41-47.

Robert M. Nelson, ed.
"A Guide to Native American Studies Programs in the United States and Canada": 49-105.



9.4 (Winter 1997)
SHERMAN ALEXIE

John Purdy
"Crossroads: A Conversation with Sherman Alexie": 1-18.

Karen Jorgensen
"White Shadows: The Use of Doppelgangers in Sherman Alexie's Reservation Blues": 19-25.

Ron McFarland
"Sherman Alexie's Polemical Stories": 27-38.

Janine Richardson
"Magic and Memory in Sherman Alexie's Reservation Blues": 39-51.

James Cox
"Muting White Noise: The Subversion of Popular Culture Narratives of Conquest in Sherman Alexie's Fiction": 52-70.

P. Jane Hafen
"Rock and Roll, Redskins, and Blues in Sherman Alexie's Work": 71-78.

REVIEWS:
Susan B. Brill
From the Glittering World: A Navajo Story, by Irvin Morris: 80-89.

Susan Castillo
The Blue Jay's Dance: A Birth Year, by Louise Erdrich: 89-96.

Craig S. Womack
Gerald Vizenor: Writing in the Oral Tradition, by Kimberly M. Blaeser: 97-100.

10.1 (Spring 1998)

Kathleen M. Sands
"Narrative Resistance: Native American Collaborative Autobiography": 1-18.

Elvira Pulitano
"Telling Stories Through the Stage: A Conversation with William Yellow Robe": 19-44.

Roseanne Hoefel
"Gendered Cartography: Mapping the Mind of Female Characters in D'Arcy McNickle's The Surrounded": 45-64.

Victoria Brehm
"Urban Survivor Stories: The Poetry of Chrystos": 73-82.

Paul Hadella
"A Note on Native American Literatures and Standardized Tests": 83-85.

REVIEWS:
James Treat
Reuben Snake, Your Humble Serpent: Indian Visionary and Activist, ed. Jay C. Fikes: 86-88.

Amy Greenwood Baria
Solar Storms, by Linda Hogan: 88-91.

Craig Womack
Red Earth, by Philip H. Red Eagle: 91-95.

10.2 (Summer 1998)
LOUIS OWENS
Chris LaLonde, Guest Editor

Chris LaLonde
"Preface": 1-5.

John Purdy
"Clear Waters: A Conversation with Louis Owens": 6-22.

Rochelle Venuto
"Bone Game's Terminal Plots and Healing Stories": 23-41.

Margaret Dwyer
"The Syncretic Impulse: Louis Owens' Use of Autobiography, Ethnology, and Blended Mythologies in The Sharpest Sight": 43-60.

Linda Lizut Helstern
"Nightland and the Mythic West": 61-78.

Susan Bernardin
"Wilderness Conditions: Ranging for Place and Identity in Louis Owens' Wolfsong": 79-93.

Lee Schweninger
"Landscape and Cultural Identity in Louis Owens's Wolfsong": 94-110.

D. L. Birchfield
"Student Writings": 112-120.

REVIEW:
Diane Glancy
Hotline Healers, by Gerald Vizenor: 121-126.



10.3 (Fall 1998):
ALMANAC OF THE DEAD

Ellen Arnold
"Listening to the Spirits: An Interview with Leslie Marmon Silko": 1-33.

Annette Van Dyke
"From Big Green Fly to the Stone Serpent: Following the Dark Vision in Silko's Almanac of the Dead": 34-46.

Debora Horvitz
"Freud, Marx and Chiapas in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead": 47-64.

Yvonne Reineke
"Overturning the (New World) Order: Of Space, Time, Writing, and Prophecy in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead": 65-83.

REVIEWS:
Dean Rader
Blue Horses Rush In, by Luci Tapahonso: 88-94.

Robert J. Conley
The Oklahoma Basic Intelligence Test: New and Collected Elementary, Epistolary, Autobiographical and Oratorical Choctologies, by D. L. Birchfield: 94-96.



10.4 (Winter 1998)

Christopher Wise and R. Todd Wise
"Mary Brave Bird Speaks: A Brief Interview": 1-8.

Tara Prince-Hughes
"Contemporary Two-Spirit Identity in the Fiction of Paula Gunn Allen and Beth Brant": 9-31.

Ernest Stromberg
"The Only Real Indian is a Dead Indian: The Desire for Authenticity in James Welch's The Death of Jim Loney": 32-52.

Ann McKinnon
"Morality Destabilised: Reading Emma Lee Warrior's `Compatriots'": 53-66.

Amy Greenwood Baria
"Linda Hogan's Two Worlds" 67-73.

REVIEWS:
Lisa Bernhagen
a snake in her mouth, by nila northSun: 74-77.

Geary Hobson
The Lesser Blessed, by Richard Van Camp: 77-79.

Tara Prince-Hughes
Two-Spirit People: Native American Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Spirituality, ed. Sue-Ellen Jacobs, Wesley Thomas, and Sabine Lang: 79-82.

 

11.1 (Spring 1999)

Laird Christensen
"Not Exactly Like Heaven: Theological Imperialism in The Surrounded": 2-16.

Deborah H. Miranda
"Deer": 17.

Gordon Sleuthang
"Multivocal Narration and Cultural Negotiation: Dorris's A Yellow Raft in Blue Water and Cloud Chamber": 18-29.

Linda Lizut Helstern
"Gerald Vizenor: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism": 30-80.

Deborah H. Miranda
"Petroglyphs": 81.

Eric Sterling
"Courtship and Seduction in American Indian Myths and Legends": 82-96.

Diane Glancy
"Further (Farther)": 97-98.

REVIEWS:
Kevin Dye
Grandmother, Grandfather, and Old Wolf: Tamanwit Ku Sukat and Traditional Native American Narratives from the Columbia Plateau, ed. Clifford E. Trafzer: 101-03.

Stephanie Gordon
Native American Identities: From Stereotype to Archetype in Art and Literature, by Scott B. Vickers: 103-07.

Jan D. Hodge
The Meade Solution and the "Real People" novels, by Robert J. Conley: 108-113.

 
11.2 (Summer 1999)

Elaine A. Jahner
"Traditional Narrative: Contemporary Uses, Historical Perspectives": 1-28.

Cynthia McDaniel
"Paula Gunn Allen: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary Sources": 29-49.

Stuart Christie
"Time-Out: (Slam)Dunking Photographic Realism in Thomas King's Medicine River": 66-78.

Stuart Hoahwah
"Dismantled Horses": 50; "Ode to Loobey": 79.

REVIEWS:
Helen Jaskoski
Earth's Mind: Essays in Native Literature, by Roger Dunsmore, andArtistry in Native American Myths, by Karl Kroeber: 80-83.

David Payne
Mixedblood Messages: Literature, Film, Family, Place, by Louis Owens, and Off the Reservation: Reflections on Boundary-Busting, Border-Crossing, and Loose Canons, by Paula Gunn Allen: 84-89.

Barbara J. Cook
Mixedblood Messages: Literature, Film, Family, Place, by Louis Owens: 90-92.

Chadwick Allen
The Cold-and-Hunger Dance, by Diane Glancy: 93-95.

Diane Glancy
I Remember the Fallen Trees: New and Selected Poems, by Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: 96-100.

Ellen Arnold
Gardens in the Dunes, by Leslie Marmon Silko: 101-04.

 

 
11.3 (Fall 1999)

Robert M. Nelson
"The Kaupata Motif in Silko's Ceremony: A Study of Literary Homology": 2-21.

Rachel Ramsey
"Salvage Ethnography and Gender Politics in Two Old Women: Velma Wallis's Retelling of a Gwich'in Oral Story": 22-41.

Sandra Barringer
"'Captive Woman?': The Rewriting of Pocahontas in Three Contemporary Native American Novels": 43-63.

REVIEW ESSAYS:
Betty Booth Donohue
"Observations of Another Trotline Runner: A Critical Discussion of D. L. Birchfield's Oklahoma Basic Intelligence Test": 66-78.

Brewster A. Fitz
"Philomela on the Plains: Remarks on Mixedblood Intertextual Metaphor in Diane Glancy's Flutie": 79-87.

REVIEW:
Martha A. Bartter
Bead on an Anthill: A Lakota Childhood, by Delphine Redshirt: 88-90.

 
 
11.4 (Winter 1999)
LINDA HOGAN

John Purdy
"Editorial": 1-5.

Donelle N. Dreese
"The Terrestrial and Aquatic Intelligence of Linda Hogan": 6-22.

Melani Bleck
"Linda Hogan's Tribal Imperative: Collapsing Space through 'Living' Tribal Traditions and Literature": 23-45.

Yonka Kroumova Krasteva
"The Politics of the Border in Linda Hogan's Mean Spirit": 46-60.

REVIEWS:
Susan Bernardin
Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940, by Brenda J. Child: 63-66.

Lisa Bernhagen
Visit Teepee Town, ed. Diane Glancy and Mark Nowak: 66-71.

David Brande
Dark River, by Louis Owens: 71-73.

Margaret Dwyer
Dark River, by Louis Owens: 73-77.

Linda Lizut Helstern
Family Matters, Tribal Affairs, by Carter Revard: 78-80.

Tracey Lindberg
Some Things Are Not Forgotten: A Pawnee Family Remembers
, by Martha Royce Blaine: 81-83.

Tiffany Midge
Indian Cartography, by Deborah Miranda: 83-86.

Catherine Rainwater
A Reader's Guide to the Novels of Louise Erdrich, by Peter G. Beidler and Gay Barton: 87-88.

Kimberly Musia Roppolo
Feeding the Ancient Fires: A Collection of Writings by North Carolina American Indians, by MariJo Moore: 88-91.

 
 
12.1 (Spring 2000)
Children's Literature

Lisa Mitten
"Introduction": 1-2.

Michelle Pagni Stewart
"How Can This Be Cinderella if There is No Glass Slipper? Native American 'Fairy Tales'": 3-20.

Daniel Heath Justice
"A Lingering Miseducation: Confronting the Legacy of Little Tree": 20-36.

Debbie Reese
"Contesting Ideology in Children's Book Reviewing": 37-55.

Jim Charles
"Elders as Teachers of Youth in American Indian Children's Literature": 56-64.

REVIEW ESSAY:
Frederick Hale
"Dreams and Vision Quests in Janet Campbell Hale's The Owl's Song": 69-82.

REVIEWS:
MariJo Moore
My Heart is on the Ground: The Diary of Nannie Little Rose by Ann Rinaldi: 83-85.

Peter G. Beidler
The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich: 85-89.

Martha Bartter
The Ballad of Billy Badass and the Rose of Turkestan by William Sanders: 89-92.

 
 
12.2 (Summer 2000)
Louise Erdrich

Dennis Cutchins
"Sugar Cane and Sugar Beets: Two Tales of Burning Love":1-12.

Patricia Riley
"There Is No Limit to this Dust: The Refusal of Sacrifice in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine": 13-23.

Nora Baker Barry
"Fleur Pillager's Bear Identity in the Novels of Louise Erdrich": 24-37.

Roberta Rosenberg
"Being There: The Importance of a Field Experience in Teaching Native American Literature": 38-60.

Laura Furlan Szanto
"An Annotated Secondary Bibliography of Louise Erdrich's Recent Fiction: The Bingo Palace, Tales of Burning Love, and The Antelope Wife": 61-91.

Erika T. Wurth
"(Re)Naming Me": 91-92.

REVIEWS:
Malea Powell
Always a People: Oral Histories of Contemporary Woodland Indians Collected by Rita Kohn and W. Lynwood Montell: 97-101.

Kevin Dye
Postindian Conversations by Gerald Vizenor and A. Robert Lee: 101-06.

Alesia García
Song of the Hummingbird by Graciela Limón: 106-08.

Kimberly Musia Roppolo
Leslie Marmon Silko: A Collection of Critical Essays Eds. Louise K. Barnett and James Thorson: 108-113.

Norma C. Wilson
Women on the Run by Janet Campbell Hale: 113-16.

 
 
12.3 (Fall 2000)

Connie Jacobs
"From California to the Four Corners: An Urban Navajo Returns Home: An Interview with Esther G. Belin": 1-13.

Dean Rader
"I Don't Speak Navajo: Esther G. Belin's In the Belly of my Beauty": 14-34.

Michelle Campbell Toohey
"Paula Gunn Allen's Grandmothers of the Light: Failing through the Void": 35-51.

Robin Riley Fast
"'It is ours to know': Simon J. Ortiz's From Sand Creek": 52-63.

Laura J. Beard
"Giving Voice: Autobiographical Testimonial Literature by First Nations Women of British Columbia": 64-83.

Kimberly Musia Roppolo
"A Song to Tell Robert Bly How We Do This in My Language": 84.

REVIEWS:
Susan Bernardin
The Rez Road Follies: Canoes, Casinos, Computers, and Birch Bark Baskets by Jim Northrup: 87-89.

Chadwick Allen
Dreams of Fiery Stars: The Transformations of Native American Fiction by Catherine Rainwater: 90-92.

Michael A. Elliot
The Limits of Multiculturalism: Interrogating the Origins of American Anthropology by Scott Michaelsen: 92-95.

James Ruppert
Alaska Native Writers, Storytellers & Orators: The Expanded Edition. Alaska Quarterly Review edited by Ronald Spatz: 96-97.

 
 
12.4 (Winter 2000)

John Purdy and Blake Hausman
"A Conversation with Simon Ortiz": 1-14.

Franchot Ballinger
"Coyote, He/She Was Going There: Sex and Gender in Native American Trickster Stories": 15-43.

Kari J. Winter
"The Politics and Erotics of Food in Louise Erdrich": 44-64.

Denise K. Cummings
"'Settling' History: Understanding Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony, Storyteller, Almanac of the Dead, and Gardens in the Dunes": 65-90.

REVIEWS:
Michelle Burnham
Cartographies of Desire: Captivity, Race, and Sex in the Shaping of an American Nation by Rebecca Blevins Faery: 93-95.

Randall C. Davis
Momaday, Vizenor, Armstrong: Conversations on American Indian Writing by Hartwig Isernhagen: 96-99.

MariJo Moore
The Blood Runs Like a River through My Dreams: A Memoir by Nasdijj: 100-02.

Annette Van Dyke
LaDonna Harris: A Comanche Life by LaDonna Harris: 102-04.

 
 
13.1 (Spring 2001)
Representations of American Indians in
Contemporary Narrative Fiction Film

Denise K. Cummings
"Introduction": 1-2.

Craig Rinne
"White Romance and American Indian Action in Hollywood's The Last of the Mohicans (1992)": 3-22.

Jhon Warren Gilroy
"Another Fine Example of the Oral Tradition? Identification and Subversion in Sherman Alexie's Smoke Signals": 23-42.

Jhon Warren Gilroy
"A Conversation with Evan Adams": 43-56.

Denise K. Cummings
"'Accessible Poetry'? Cultural Intersection and Exchange in Contemporary American Indian and American Independent Film": 57-80.

REVIEWS:
David Erben
Celluloid Indians: Native Americans and Film by Jacquelyn Kilpatrick: 84-86.

Edward Huffstetler
The Sun Unwound: Original Texts From Occupied America, eds. Edward Dorn and Gordon Brotherston: 87-90.

 
 
13.2/3 (Summer/Fall 2001)

Malea Powell
From the Editor: 1-4.

Stephen Brandon
"Mother of U.S. Senator an Indian Queen": Cultural Challenge and Appropriation in The Memoirs of Narcissa Owen, 1831-1907: 5-22.

Patrice Hollrah
Sherman Alexie's Challenge to the Academy's Teaching of Native American Literature, Non-Native Writers, and Critics: 23-35.

Sid Larson
"Calling a Spade a Shovel: Tribal/Ethnic Studies vs. University Policy": 36-48.

Craig Womack
"Alexander Posey's Nature Journals: A Further Argument for Tribally-Specific Aesthetics": 49-66.

REVIEW ESSAY:
Vanessa Hall
The Chippewa Landscape of Louise Erdrich, ed. Allan Chavkin: 67-77.

REVIEWS:
Kimberly Roppolo
Red Woman with Backward Eyes, by Marilo Moore: 78-83.

Linda Jordan
A Dictionary of Creek/Muskogee: with notes on the Florida and Oklahoma Seminole dialects of Creek, by Jack B. Martin & Margaret McKane Mauldin: 83-85.

Chadwick Allen
Understanding James Welch, by Ron McFarland: 85-87.

Ginny Carney
The Dark Island, by Robert L. Conley: 87-90.

Edward W. Huffstetler
Rainbows of Stone, by Ralph Salisbury: 90-94.

Susan Garzon
Nationalist Myths and Ethnic Identities: Indigenous Intellectuals and the Mexican State, by Natividad Gutiérrez: 94-98.

Larissa Petrillo
Stories That Make the World: Oral Literature of the Indian Peoples of the Inland Northwest, by Rodney Frey: 99-103.

Penelope Myrtle Kelsey
Tortured Skins and Other Fictions, by Maurice Kenny: 103-06.

Deborah Gussman
Here First: Autobiographical Essays by Native American Writers, eds. Arnold Krupat and Brian Swann:106-09.

Tammy Schneider
Writing Indians: Literacy, Christianity, and Native Community in Early America, by Hilary E. Wyss: 110-14.

Pat Onion
Where the Pavement Ends: Five Native American Plays, by William S. Yellow Robe, Jr.: 114-17.

Gay Barton
The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse, by Louise Erdrich: 118-22.

Ernest Stromberg
Mirror Writing: (Re-)Constructions of Native American Identity, eds. Thomas Claviez and Maria Moss: 122-27.

 
 

13.4 (Winter 2001)

Julie Barak
"Un-Becoming White: Identity Transformation in Louise Erdrich's The Antelope Wife": 1-23.
Jim Ottery
"Samson Occom's Diary and D'Arcy McNickle's 'Train Time': The Real Imperative of 'Native' Education in American Indian Literature": 24-50.
Deena Rymhs
"But the Shadow of Her Story: Narrative Unsettlement, Self-Inscription, and Translation in Pauline Johnson's Legends of Vancouver" : 51-78.
REVIEW ESSAY:
Craig Womack
A Sacred Path: The Way of the Muskogee Creeks, by Jean and Joyotpaul Chaudhury: 79-90.
REVIEWS:
Rowena McClinton
Contrary Neighbors: Southern Plains and Removed Indians in Indian Territory, by David La Vere: 91-95.
Daniel Justice
Drowning in Fire, by Craig S. Womack: 95-98.
Chris LaLonde
Loosening the Seams: Interpretations of Gerald Vizenor, edited by A. Robert Lee: 98-103.
Annette Van Dyke
Night Sky, Morning Star, by Evelina Zuni Lucero: 103-105.
Lori Burlingame
The Novels of Louise Erdrich: Stories of Her People, by Connie A. Jacobs: 105-110.

 

 

14.1 (Spring 2002)

Carolyn Holbert
"'Stranded in the Wasteland': Literary Allusion in The Sharpest Sight": 1-25.

Susan Kalter
"John-Joseph Mathews Reverse Ethnography: The Literary Dimensions of WahKon-Tah": 26-50.

David Treuer
"Reading Culture": 51-64.

REVIEWS:
Pat Nickinson
Roots and Branches: A Resource of Native American Literature--Themes, Lessons, and Bibliographies, by Dorothea M. Susag: 65-67.

Larissa Petrillo
How Raven Found the Daylight and Other American Indian Stories, by Paul M. Levitt and Elissa S. Guralnick: 68-69.

Phillip Round
Indian Giving: Economies of Power in Indian-White Exchanges, by David Murray: 69-74.

Greg Salyer
Telling the Stories: Essays on American Indian Literatures and Cultures, eds. Elizabeth Hoffman Nelson and Malcolm A. Nelson: 75-78.

POETRY:
Sally Brunk
     "Authority Figure": 81-82.
     "Auntie Moon": 82.
     "Skin On Skin": 83.

Dennis Cutchins
     "Two Places": 84-85.

David Erben
     "Far-Off Screams": 86-89.
     "Indian Hair": 89.
     "Visiting the Seminole Rez in Tampa, Florida": 90.

 
 

14.2/3 (Summer/Fall 2002)

Geary Hobson
"The Rise of the White Shaman: Twenty-Five Years Later": 1-11.

Kari J. Winter
"An Interview with Joseph Bruchac": 12-27.

Reviews:

Randall Davis
Killing Time with Strangers, by W. S. Penn: 28-31.

Margaret Dwyer
The Crooked Beak of Love, by Duane Niatum: 31-35.

Edward Huffstetler
Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, Sarah Winnemucca, and Victoria Howard, by Siobhan Senier: 35-39.

Helen Jaskoski
Winning the Dust Bowl, by Carter Revard: 39-41.

Daniel Heath Justice
The White Path, The Way South, and The Long Way Home, by Robert J. Conley: 41-45.

Carter Meland
Captured in the Middle: Tradition and Experience in Contemporary Native American Writing, by Sidner Larson: 45-48.

David H. Payne
The Cherokee Sacred Calendar: A Handbook of the Ancient Native American Tradition, by Raven Hail: 48-50.

Siobhan Senier
Throwing Fire at the Sun, Water at the Moon, by Anita Endrezze: 50-54.

Carolyn Sorisio
Sarah Winnemucca, by Sally Zanjani: 54-59.

Jim Tarter
American Indian Literature, Environmental Justice, and Ecocriticism: The Middle Place, by Joni Adamson: 59-63.

 
 

14. 4 (Winter 2002)

Edward Huffstetler
"Spirit Armies and Ghost Dancers: The Dialogic Nature of American Indian Resistance": 1-17.

Michelle Burnham
"Pomo Basketweaving, Poison, and the Politics of Restoration in Greg Sarris's Grand Avenue": 18-36.

Stephen Graham Jones
"Conquistadors": 79-80.

REVIEW ESSAY:
Scott Andrews
"Indians in Indian Country"(Vincent Mendoza, Son of Two Bloods; Dwight Birdwell and Keith Nolan, A Hundred Miles of Bad Road; Leroy TeCube, Year in Nam): 37-47.

BOOK REVIEWS:
Márgara Averbach
Wolf and the Winds
, by Frank Bird Linderman: 49-50.

James H. Cox
El Indio Jesús, by Gilberto Chávez Ballejos and Shirley Hill Witt: 51-54.

Scot Guenter
Thunderweavers/Tejedoras de rayos, by Juan Felipe Herrara: 54-57.

Penelope Kelsey
Native American Representations: First Encounters, Distorted Images, and Literary Appropriations, ed. Gretchen M. Bataille: 57-61.

Alicia Kent
Children of the Dragonfly: Native American Voices on Child Custody and Education, ed. Robert Bensen: 61-65.

Denise MacNeil
American Pentimento: The Invention of Indians and the Pursuit of Riches, by Patricia Seed: 65-72.

MariJo Moore
Outfoxing Coyote, by Carolyn Dunn: 72-75.

 
 

15.1 (Spring 2003)
CARTER REVARD

Ellen Arnold, Guest Editor

Ellen Arnold
"Introduction to a Special Issue in Honor of Carter Revard": i-iii.

Carter Revard
"Brief note from Carter Revard on his community, the Osage Nation": iv.

Carter Revard
"Some Notes on Native American Literature": 1-15.

Carter Revard
"Transfigurations": 16-21.

Janet McAdams
"An Interview with Carter Revard": 22-25.

Eric Gary Anderson
"Carter in Space": 26-31.

Ellen Arnold
"Worlds Into Words: The Technology of Language in Carter Revard's Poetry": 32-39.

Lauren Stuart Muller
"Making a Place to Live: Carter Revard and the Art of Translation": 40-46.

Dean Rader
"The Poetry of Carter Revard: Stars Among the Walking": 47-52.

Susan Scarberry-Garcia
"'I Have More Than One Song': Singing and Bird Song in the Work of Carter Revard": 53-59.

Norma Wilson
"Letter to Carter Revard": 60-66.

Suzanne Evertsen Lundquist
"Carter Revard as Auto-ethnographer": 67-73.

Márgara Averbach
"Translating Carter Revard: An Adventure among Mixed and Fertile Words": 74-88.

Janet McAdams
"Buffalo in Six Directions": 89-91.

Peter Beidler
"Louise Erdrich's Lulu Nanapush: A Modern-Day Wife of Bath?": 92-103.

(tenequer) Ron Erwin Evans
"i hear every word":104-108.

"Carter Revard in Cyberspace: An E-mail Sampler": 109-138.
       Bob Nelson: 109-117.
       Patrice Hollrah: 117-122.
       Pat Onion: 122-124.
       Lauren Stuart Muller: 125-131.
       Maggie Dwyer: 131-38.

"Crossing Cultures: An Online Interview with Carter Revard":139-41.

Ellen Arnold and Carter Revard
"Carter Revard: A Selected Bibliography":142-49.

 
 

15. 2 (Summer 2003)

Patrice Hollrah
"'The Men in the Bar Feared Her': The Power of Ayah Leslie Marmon Silko's 'Lullaby'": 1-38.

Jacqueline Kolosov
"Poetries of Transformation: Joy Harjo and Li-Young Lee": 39-57.

Denise Low
"Boarding School Resistance Narratives: Haskell Runaway and Ghost Stories": 106-118.

Deborah Jackson Taffa
"The Four Corners Power Plant": 119.
"Dangerous Visions": 120.

REVIEW ESSAY:
Ken McCullough
Shell Shaker, by LeAnne Howe: 58-69.

REVIEWS:
Tol Foster
White Robe's Dilemma: Tribal History In American Literature, by Neil Schmitz: 70-72.

Susan Bernardin
The Roads of My Relations: Stories, by Devon A. Mihesuah: 73-76.

James H. Cox
The New Warriors: Native American Leaders Since 1900, ed. R. David Edmunds: 76-79.

Stephanie Gordon
The Cherokee Lottery: A Sequence of Poems, by William Jay Smith: 79-84.

Jay H. Buckley
The Indian Territory Journals of Colonel Richard Irving Dodge, ed. Wayne R. Kime: 84-86.

Sidner Larson
Other Words: American Indian Literature, Law, and Culture, by Jace Weaver: 86-88.

Laura Szanto
Spirit Voices of Bones, by MariJo Moore: 89-90.

Laura J. Beard
Medicine Trail: The Life and Lessons of Gladys Tantaquidgeon, by Melissa Jayne Fawcett: 90-93.

Margaret Dubin
Surviving Through the Days: Translations of Native California Stories and Songs, ed. by Herbert W. Luthin: 93-96.

Joanna Brooks
The Jesus Road: Kiowas, Christianity, and Indian Hymns, by Luke Eric Lassiter, Clyde Ellis, and Ralph Kotay: 97-99.

Deena Ryhms
Telling a Good One: The Process of a Native American Collaborative Biography, by Theodore Rios and Kathleen Mullen Sands: 99-102.

 

15.3/4 (Fall-Winter 2003)

Inés Hernández-Avila
"Indigenous Intersections - Introduction": 1-6.

Inés Hernández-Avila and Domino Perez
"Speaking Across the Divide": 7-22.

Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson
"Imagining a Poetics of Loss: Notes Toward a Comparative Methodology": 23-50.

Domino Perez
"Words, Worlds in Our Heads: Reclaiming La Llorona's Aztecan Antecedents in Gloria Anzaldúa's 'My Black Angelos'": 51-63.

Reid Gómez
"They Killed the Word": 64-95.

Yolanda Chávez Leyva
"In ixtli in yóllotl / a face and a heart: Listening to the Ancestors": 96-127.

Molly McGlennen
"Adjusting the Margins: Locating Identity in the Poetry of Diane Glancy": 128-46.

Shawna Thorp
"Reasserting the World: The Convergence of Mythic and Modern Realities in Enactment Narratives": 147-67.

Annette Van Dyke
"Encounters with Deer Woman: Sexual Relations in Susan Power's The Grass Dancer and Louise Erdrich's The Antelope Wife": 168-88.

REVIEWS:
Mark Van Stone
The Decipherment of Ancient Maya Writing, eds. Stephen Houston, Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos, and David Stuart: 189-91.

Frances W. Kaye
How Should I Read These? Native Women Writers in Canada, by Helen Hoy: 192-93.

 

16.1 (Spring 2004)

Malea Powell
"From the Editor": vi.

Lisa Tatonetti
"Behind the Shadows of Wounded Knee: The Slippage of Imagination in Wynema: A Child of the Forest": 1-31.

Harvey Markowitz
Craig Howe
Dean Rader
LeAnne Howe
"An Ensemble Performance of Indians in the Act: Native Theater Past and Present": 32-61.

REVIEWS:
Domino Renee Perez
Native American Oral Traditions: Collaboration and Interpretation, eds. Larry Evers and Barre Toelken: 62-65.

Kathleen Godfrey
Lessons from Turtle Island: Native Curriculum in Early Childhood Classrooms, by Guy W. Jones and Sally Moomaw: 66-68.

Ron Carpenter
Combing the Snakes from His Hair, by James Thomas Stevens: 68-71.

Daniel Heath Justice
The Mask Maker, by Diane Glancy: 72-74.

Barbara K. Robins
A Pipe for February, by Charles H. Red Corn: 75-77.

Cari M. Carpenter
The Dirt is Red Here: Art and Poetry from Native California, ed. Margaret Dubin: 78-80.

James H. Cox
America's Second Tongue: American Indian Education and the Ownership of English, 1860-1900, by Ruth Spack: 81-84.

Suzanne Evertsen Lundquist
Native American Spirituality: A Critical Reader, ed. Lee Irwin: 84-87.

Margaret Dubin
Itch Like Crazy, by Wendy Rose: 87-90.

Ruth Spack
How to Keep Your Language Alive: A Commonsense Approach to One-on-One Language Learning, by Leanne Hinton with Matt Vera and Nancy Steele: 90-93.

 

16.2 (Spring 2004)

Malea Powell
"From the Editor": vii-ix.

Robert Warrior
"Eulogy on William Apess: Speculations on His New York Death": 1-13.

Sheila Hassell Hughes
"Unraveling Ethnicity: The Construction and Dissolution of Identity in Wendy Rose's Poetics": 14-49.

Qwo-Li Driskell
: "Stolen From Our Bodies: First Nations Two-Spirits/Queers and the Journey to a Sovereign Erotic": 50-64.

Gladys Cardiff
"Nora Marks Dauenhauer's Life Woven with Song": 65-73.

REVIEWS:
Debra K. S. Barker
Shaping Survival: Essays by Four American Indian Tribal Women, by Lanniko L. Lee, Florestine Kiyukanpi Renville, Karen Lone Hill, and Lydia Whirlwind Soldier: 74-81.

Dean Rader
The Dirt is Red Here: Art and Poetry from Native California, ed. Margaret Dubin: 82-84.

Michelle Raheja
Selling the Indian: Commercializing & Appropriating American Indian Cultures, eds. Carter Jones Meyer and Diana Royer: 85-87.

Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez
Oratory in Native North America, by William M. Clements: 88-92.

 

16.3 (Fall 2004)

Ron Carpenter
"Zitkala-Sa and Bicultural Subjectivity": 1-28.

Caskey Russell
"Tools of Self Definition: Nora Marks Dauenhauer's 'How To Make Good Baked Salmon'": 29-46.

Lee Schweninger
"Myth Launchings and Moon Landings: Parallel Realities in Susan Power's The Grass Dancer": 47-69.

Franci Washburn
"The Risk of Misunderstanding in Greg Sarris's Keeping Slug Woman Alive: A Holistic Approach to American Indian Texts": 70-82.

REVIEW ESSAY
Debra K. S. Barker
"Legacies of the Ever Beating Heart: Delphine Red Shirt's Turtle Lung Woman's Granddaughter": 83-89.

REVIEWS:
Jeffrey P. Shepard
Buffalo Tiger: A Life in the Everglades, by Buffalo Tiger and Harry A. Kersey Jr.: 89-92.

M. A. Jaimes * Guerrero
Red Matters: Native American Studies, by Arnold Krupat: 92-96.

Patrice Hollrah
American Gypsy: Six Native American Plays, by Diane Glancy: 97-100.

Ginny Carney
Cherokee Voices: Early Accounts of Cherokee Life in the East, by Vicki Rozema: 100-02.

Ginny Carney
Voices from the Trail of Tears, by Vicki Rozema: 102-03.

 

16.4 (Winter 2004)
SIMON ORTIZ
Susan Berry Brill De Ramírez, Guest Editor

Susan Berry Brill De Ramírez
"'A Spring Wind Rising . . . Listen. You Can Hear It'": 3-8.

Simon J. Ortiz
Excerpt from "Children of Fire, Children of Water: Memory and Trauma": 9-11.

David Dunaway
"An Interview with Simon Ortiz: July 14, 1988": 12-19.

Roger Dunsmore
"Simon Ortiz and the Lyricism of Continuance: 'For the Sake of the People, For the Sake of the Land'": 20-28.

Sarah Ann Wider
"Maps of the Universe": 29-33.

David L. Moore
"'The story goes its own way': Ortiz, Nationalism, and the Oral Poetics of Power": 34-46.

Joy Harjo
"Poetry Can Be All This: All of You, All of Me, All of Us": 47-50.

Evelina Zuni Lucero
"The Stories He Lives By": 51-53.

Laura Tohe
"'It was that Indian': Simon Ortiz, Activist Poet": 54-56.

Joni Adamson
"The Challenge of Speaking First": 57-60.

P. Jane Hafen
"'Story Speaks for Us': Centering the Voice of Simon Ortiz": 61-67.

Kenneth M. Roemer
"A 'Touching Man' Brings Aacqu Close": 68-78.

Patrice Hollrah
"Resistance and Continuance through Cultural Connections in Simon J. Ortiz's Out There Somewhere": 79-88.

Kimberly Roppolo
"Morning Star Song": 89-92.

Daniel Heath Justice
"The Work That Must Be Done": 93-95.

Matthew E. Duquès
"Revisiting the Regenerative Possibilities of Ortiz": 96-98.

Robin Riley Fast
"Tribute to Simon J. Ortiz": 99-100.

Kathryn W. Shanley
"Prairie Songs and Poor Prayers": 101-02.

Robert M. Nelson
"Telling Our Daughters": 103-07.

Carter Revard
"Many Thanks, Simon, for a Wonderful Gift": 108-09.

 

17.1 (Spring 2005)

Shirley Brozzo
"Food for Thought: A Postcolonial Study of Food Imagery in Louise Erdrich's Antelope Wife": 1-15.

Arnold Krupat
"Representing Cherokee Dispossession": 16-41.

Chad Uran
"From Internalized Oppression to Internalized Sovereignty: Ojibwemowin Performance and Political Consciousness": 42-61.

Jeff Berglund
"Planting the Seeds of Revolution": An Interview with Poet Esther Belin (Diné)": 62-72.

Loretto L. Jones
"Taku": 73-86.

REVIEWS:
Scott Andrews
Of Uncommon Birth: Dakota Sons in Vietnam, by Mark St. Pierre: 87-89.
Field of Honor, by D. L. Birchfield: 89- 90.

Ellen L. Arnold
Storied Voices in Native American Texts: Harry Robinson, Thomas King, James Welch and Leslie Marmon Silko, by Blanca Schorcht: 90- 93.

Bud Hirsch
The Invention of Native American Literature, by Robert Dale Parker: 93-98.

Frances W. Kaye
Interpreting the Legacy: John Neihardt and Black Elk Speaks, by Brian Holloway: 98-101.

Harvey Markowitz
The Real Rosebud: the Triumph of a Lakota Woman, by Marjorie Weinberg: 101-04.

Molly McGlennen
Speak to Me Words: Essays on Contemporary American Indian Poetry, eds. Dean Rader and Janice Gould: 104-07.

Miriam H. Schacht
An Early and Strong Sympathy: the Indian Writings of William Gilmore Simms, by John Caldwell Guilds and Charles Hudson: 107- 110.

Rick Waters
Louis Owens: Literary Reflections on His Life and Work, ed. Jacquelyn Kilpatrick: 110-14.

Craig S. Womack
The Cherokee Night and Other Plays, by Lynn Riggs: 114-21.

Gregory Wright
Unsettling the Literary West: Authenticity and Authorship, by Nathaniel Lewis: 122-24.

 

17.2 (Summer 2005)
Honoring A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff
James Ruppert, Guest Editor

James Ruppert
"Preface": 3.

Malea Powell
"'There's Still More Digging to Do': A Story in Honor of A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff": 5-9.

A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff
"Eastman's Maternal Ancestry: Letter from Charles Alexander Eastman to H. M. Hitchcock, September 8, 1927": 10-17.

Louise Barnett
"Yellow Women and Leslie Marmon Silko's Feminism": 18- 31.

Lydia Kualapai
"The Queen Writes Back: Lili'uokalani's Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen": 32-62.

David L. Moore
"'The Literature of this Nation': LaVonne Ruoff and the Redefinition of American Literary Studies": 63-70.

Chadwick Allen
"Grateful for the Push: a Tribute to Lavonne Ruoff": 71- 74.

Gretchen M. Bataille
"Tribute to Lavonne Brown Ruoff": 75-76.

Kimberly Blaeser
"Footnotes on a Friendship, February 2005": 77-79.

Joanna Brooks
"Appreciations": 80.

Cari M. Carpenter
"Offering, in Return": 81-82.

Susan Rose Dominguez
"Dear LaVonne": 83.

P. Jane Hafen
"A Fair Voice": 84.

Geary Hobson
"To LaVonne--with Good Thoughts": 85-86.

Patrice Hollrah
"First Impressions of A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff as an Author": 87-88.

Helen Jaskoski
"An Appreciation": 89-95.

Arnold Krupat
"Honoring LaVonne Ruoff": 96-97.

Robert Dale Parker
"The Archive": 98-99.

Willis Regier
"Rough Ruoff, Pirate Fighter": 100.

Kenneth M. Roemer
"The Multi-missionary Eleanor Roosevelt of American Indian Literatures": 101-05.

Siobhan Senier
"Thank You, LaVonne": 106.

Kathryn W. Shanley
"In Praise of Old Friendships": 107-08.

Martha Viehmann
"Those Treasured Purple-inked Pages": 109.

 
 


17.3 (Fall 2005)

Barbara Chiarello
"Deflected Missives: Zitkala-ša's Resistance and its (Un)containment": 1-26.

Robin Riley Fast
"(Re)claiming America: Ortiz's After and Before the Lightning": 27-47.

Lawrence W. Gross
"The Trickster and World Maintenance: an Anishinaabe Reading of Louise Erdrich's Tracks": 48-66.

Silvia Schultermandl
"Fighting for the Mother/land: An Ecofeminist Reading of Linda Hogan's Solar Storms": 67-84.

Rebecca Tillett
"'Resting in Peace, Not in Pieces': the Concerns of the Living Dead in Anna Lee Walters's Ghost Singer": 85-114.

Leonard Shotridge,
"Chinook Sad Song in Alaska": 115.
"Mountain Islands from Sitka Shores": 116-17.

REVIEWS:
Chadwick Allen
Individuality Incorporated: Indians and the Multicultural Modern, by Joel Pfister: 118-20.

David Anthony Tyeeme Clark
To Be Indian: the Life of Iroquois-Seneca Arthur Caswell Parker, by Joy Porter: 120-23.

Connie A. Jacobs
Native American Picture Books of Change: the Art of Historic Children's Edition, by Rebecca C. Benes: 123-26.

Kim Lee
The Life and Writings of Betsey Chamberlain: Native American Mill Worker, by Judith A. Ranta: 127-28.

Susan A. Miller
Blood Narrative: Indigenous Identity in American Indian and Maori Literary and Activist Texts, by Chadwick Allen: 128-32.



17.4 (Winter 2005)

Elizabeth Archuleta
"Refiguring Indian Blood Through Poetry, Photography, and Performance Art": 1-26.

Blake Hausman and John Purdy
"Widening the Circle: Collaborative Reading with Louis Owens's Wolfsong": 27-78.

Sam McKegney
"From Trickster Poetics to Transgressive Politics: Substantiating Survivance in Tomson Highway's Kiss of the Fur Queen": 79-113.

David A. Rice
"Witchery, Indigenous Resistance, and Urban Space in Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony": 114-43.

REVIEW ESSAY:
Daniel Heath Justice
"Rhetorical Removals": 144-52.

Raven Hail
"Song to Tsuguntsalala": 153.

REVIEWS:
Kathryn W. Shanley
The Old Lady Trill, the Victory Yell: the Power of Women in Native American Literature, by Patrice E. M. Hollrah: 154-57.

Craig S. Womack
Evidence of Red: Poems and Prose, by LeAnne Howe: 157-61.

 
 

18.1 (Spring 2006)

Angelique V. Nixon
"Poem and Tale as Double Helix in Joy Harjo's A Map to the Next World": 1-21.

Benjamin V. Burgess
"Elaboration Therapy in the Midewiwin and Gerald Vizenor's The Heirs of Columbus": 22-36.

Anthony K. Webster
"The Mouse That Sucked: on "Translating" a Navajo Poem": 37-49.

Frederick H. White
"Introduction: Language and Literature": 53-56.

John Peacock
"Wana Dakota Ukiapi Kte!": 57-72.

Catherine Kunce
"Fire of Eden: Zitkala-ša's Bitter Apple": 73-82.

Frederick H. White
"Language Reflection and Lamentation in Native American Literature": 83-97.

 
 

18.2 (Summer 2006)

Cathy Rex
"Survivance and Fluidity: George Copway's the Life, History, And Travels of Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh": 1-33.

Suzanne Ferguson
"Europe and the Quest for Home in James Welch's The Heartsong of Charging Elk and Leslie Marmon Silko's Gardens in the Dunes": 34-53.

James J. Donahue
"'A World Away from His People': James Welch's The Heartsong of Charging Elk and the Indian Historical Novel": 54-82.

Denise Low
"Composite Indigenous Genres: Cheyenne Ledger Art as Literature": 83-104.

Gale P. Coskan-Johnson
"What Writer Would Not Be an Indian for a While? Charles Alexander Eastman, Critical Memory, and Audience": 105-131.

REVIEWS:

Scott Andrews
Viet Cong at Wounded Knee: the Trail of a Blackfeet Activist, by Woody Kipp: 132-35.

Franci Washburn
Spaces of the Mind: Narrative and Community in the American West, by Elaine A. Jahner: 135-38.

Tereza Szeghi
Chinnubbie and the Owl: Muscogee (Creek) Stories, Orations, and Oral Traditions, by Alexander Posey: 138-41.

Beverly Slapin
Kill the Indian, Save the Man: the Genocidal Impact of American Indian Residential Schools, by Ward Churchill: 141-43.

 
 

18.3 (Fall 2006)
Remembering James Welch

Kathryn W. Shanley
"Circling Back, Closing In: Remembering James Welch": 3-13.

Lois M. Welch
"The Pleasure of His Company": 14-26.

Ripley Hugo
"A Generous Friend": 27-29.

Debra Magpie Earling
"Missoula Remembers James Welch": 30-32.

Deirdre McNamer"
Backed into the Wind, Clean-limbed and Patient": 33-35.

Neil McMahon
"Missing Jim": 36-38.

Simon J. Ortiz
"Finding an Indian Poet": 39-40.

David L. Moore
"Happiness That Sleeps with Sadness": 41-42.

William Wetzel
"A Tribute to James Welch": 43-45.

Steve Hawley
"Trickster of Literacy": 46-48.

Gail Tremblay
"Remembering James Welch's Poetry": 49-51.

Thomas Orton
"Keening Woman and Today: James Welch's Early Unpublished Novel": 52-57.

Patrice Hollrah
"The Strength of Native Women in James Welch's Winter in the Blood": 58-66.

Jennifer Lemberg
"Transmitted Trauma and 'Absent Memory' in James Welch's the Death of Jim Loney": 67-81.

Phillip H. Round
"'There Is a Right Way'": 82-89.

Bette Weidman
"Closure in James Welch's Fools Crow": 90-97.

Andrea Opitz
"'The Primitive Has Escaped Control'": Narrating the Nation in The Heartsong of Charging Elk": 98-106.

 
 

18.4 (Winter 2006)

Timothy Petete and Craig S. Womack
"Thomas E. Moore's Sour Sofkee in the Tradition of Muskogee Dialect Writers": 1-41.

Amanda J. Cobb
"Guest Editor's Remarks": 41-42.

Ruth Spack
"Translation Moves: Zitkala-Sa's Bilingual Indian Legends": 43-62.

Amanda J. Cobb
"Powerful Medicine: the Rhetoric of Comanche Activist Ladonna Harris": 68-87.

Elizabeth Archuleta
"'I Give You Back': Indigenous Women Writing to Survive": 88-114.

 

19.1 (Spring 2007)
Teaching and Pedagogy

Barbara J. Cook, Lynn Domina, and Susan Gardner
Introduction: vii-viii.

Kimberly Roppolo and Chelleye L. Crow
Native American Education vs. Indian Learning: Still Battling Pratt after All These Years: 3-31.

Conrad Shumaker
Out of the Classroom and into the Canyons: An American Indian Travel Course in Theory and Practice: 32-48.

Reginald Dyck
"Interpretation Is a Perilous Venture": Petroglyphs, Maps, and DNA: 49-65.

Jane Haladay
"I Liked it So Much I E-mailed Him and Told Him": Teaching the Lesser Blessed at the University of California: 66-90.

Margaret A. Toth
Decolonizing Pedagogy: Teaching Louise Erdrich's the Bingo Palace: 91-116.

 
 

19.2 (Summer 2007)

Jennifer Andrews
Living History: a Conversation with Kimberly Blaeser: 1-21.

Tyra Twomey
More than One Way to Tell a Story: Rethinking the Place of Genre in Native American Autobiography and the Personal Essay: 22-51.

Andie Diane Palmer
Approaching a Sacred Song: Toward a Respectful Presentation of the Discourse We Study: 52-61.

Lisa J. Udel
Revising Strategies: the Intersection of Literature and Activism in Contemporary Native Women's Writing: 62-82.

Roumiana Velikova
Will Rogers's Indian Humor: 83-103.

 
 

19.3 (Fall 2007)

Ruthe Blalock Jones, Maria DePriest, and Cynthia Fowler
Oklahoma: a View of the Center: 1-44.

Lynn Domina
"The Way I Heard It": Autobiography, Tricksters, and Leslie Marmon Silko's Storyteller: 45-67.

Jordana Finnegan
Refiguring Legacies of Personal and Cultural Dysfunction in Janet Campbell Hale's Bloodlines: Odyssey of a Native Daughter: 68-86.

Linda Young
Cycles: 87-88.

Kimberli Lee
Heartspeak from the Spirit: Songs of John Trudell, Keith Secola, and Robbie Robertson: 89-114.

Terre Ryan
The Nineteenth-century Garden: Imperialism, Subsistence, and Subversion in Leslie Marmon Silko's Gardens in the Dunes: 115-32.

 
 

19.4 (Winter 2007)

Malea Powell
From the Editor: vii-ix.

Chadwick Allen
Rere Ke/Moving Differently: Indigenizing Methodologies for Comparative Indigenous Literary Studies: 1-26.

Joseph Bauerkemper
Narrating Nationhood: Indian Time and Ideologies of Progress: 27-53.

Laura M. Furlan
Remapping Indian Country in Louise Erdrich's Antelope Wife: 54-76.

Angela M. Haas
Wampum as Hypertext: An American Indian Tradition of Multimedia Theory and Practice: 77-100.

Inés Hernández-Ávila
Coyote Warnings: 101-02.

Kelli Lyon Johnson
Writing Deeper Maps: Mapmaking, Local Indigenous Knowledges, and Literary Nationalism in Native Women's Writing: 103-20.

Molly McGlennen
I Learned Irony in Order: 121-22.

Molly McGlennen
Coming Back Round: 123-24.

Molly McGlennen
Epilogue: 125 -26.

William S. Penn
Fidjey: Or How to Spell "Community": 127-42.

Lisa Tatonetti
The Emergence and Importance of Queer American Indian Literatures; Or, "Help and Stories" in Thirty Years of SAIL: 143-70.

Stephanie Fitzgerald
Assessing Native Criticism: 173-74.

Christopher B. Teuton
Conceptualizing American Indian Literary Theory Today: 175-83.

Franci Washburn
The Risk of Misunderstanding in Greg Sarris's Keeping Slug Woman Alive: 184-96.

Thomas Hove and John M. McKinn
A Relational Model for Native American Literary Criticism: 197-208.

Ron Carpenter
Pitfalls of Tribal Specificity: 209-16.

 
 

20.1 (Spring 2008)

Daniel Heath Justice and James H. Cox
"Queering Native Literature, Indigenizing Queer Theory": xiii-xiv.

Sophie Mayer
This Bridge of Two Backs: Making the Two-Spirit Erotics of Community: 1-26.

Michael Snyder
"'He certainly didn't want anyone to know that he was queer': Chal Windzer's Sexuality in John Joseph Mathews's Sundown": 27-54.

Quentin Youngberg
"Interpenetrations: Re-encoding the Queer Indian in Sherman Alexie's The Business of Fancydancing": 55-75.

REVIEWS:
Joseph Bauerkemper
Sovereignty Matters: Locations of Contestation and Possibility in Indigenous Struggles for Self-Determination, by Joanne Barker: 76-79.

Barbara J. Cook
Bleed into Me: A Book of Stories, by Stephen Graham Jones: 79-81.

Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert
Native American Studies, by Clara Sue Kidwell and Alan Velie: 81-85.

Bernard Alan Hirsch
Border Crossings: Thomas King's Cultural Inversions, by Arnold E. Davidson, Priscilla L. Walton, and Jennifer Andrews: 85-89.

Delilah G. Orr
Tséyi/Deep in the Rock: Reflections on Canyon de Chelly, by Laura Tohe and Stephen E. Strom: 90-92.

 
 

20.2 (Summer 2008)

Daniel Heath Justice and James H. Cox
"From the Editors": vii-viii.

Pascale McCullough Manning
"A Narrative of Motives: Solicitation and Confession in Linda Hogan's Power": 1-21.

Alicia A. Kent
"'You can't run away nowadays': Redefining Modernity in D'Arcy McNickle's The Surrounded": 22-46.

Virginia Kennedy
"A Conversation with David Treuer": 47-63.

Scott Andrews
"Removals": 64-67; "Columbus Day 2092": 68-69; "Dialectic": 70-71.

SPECIAL SECTION: REASONING TOGETHER
Craig S. Womack
"Reasoning Together: An Introduction": 75-76.

Kristina Fagan
"The Delicate Dance of Reasoning and Togetherness": 77-101.

James H. Cox
"The Past, Present, and Possible Futures of American Indian Literary Studies": 102-12.

REVIEWS:
John D. Kalb
Native American Fiction: A User's Manual and The Translation of Dr. Apelles: A Love Story, by David Treuer: 113-16.

Pat Kennedy
Billboard in the Clouds, by Suzanne S. Rancourt: 117-19.

Molly McGlennen
A Scar Upon Our Voice, by Robin Coffee: 119-22.

Beverly Slapin
Sky Dancers, by Connie Ann Kirk; Rattlesnake Mesa: Stories from a Native American Childhood, by EdNah New Rider Weber; Beaver Steals Fire, a Salish Coyote Story, by Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes: 123-27.

Jeffrey P. Shepherd
Authentic Indians: Episodes of Encounter from the Late-Nineteenth-Century Northwest Coast, by Paige Raibmon: 128-30.

 
 

20.3 (Fall 2008)

Daniel Heath Justice and James H. Cox
"From the Editors": vii-viii.

Joseph L. Coulombe
"Writing for Connection: Cross-Cultural Understanding in James Welch's Historical Fiction": 1-28.

Janet Dean
"The Violence of Collection: Indian Killer's Archives": 29-51.

Peter L. Bayers
"Charles Alexander Eastman's From the Deep Woods to Civilization and the Shaping of Native Manhood": 52-73.

Blanca Schorcht
"Story Words: An Interview with Richard Wagamese": 74-91.

Maurice Kenny
"Ragina": 92-94; "Indians": 95-96; "Spirits": 97-98.

REVIEWS:

Brian Hosmer
Tell Me, Grandmother: Traditions, Stories, and Cultures of Arapaho People, by Virginia Sutter: 99-102.

Janis (Jan) Johnson
Powwow, eds. Clyde Ellis, Luke Eric Lassiter, and Gary H. Dunham: 102-05.

Carrie Louise Sheffield
Bernie Whitebear: An Urban Indian's Quest for Justice, by Lawney L. Reyes: 105-08.

Scott Andrews
Potawatomi Tracks (The Ballad of Vietnam and Other Stories), by Larry Mitchell: 108-10.

Jane Haladay
Evening at the Warbonnet and Other Plays, by Bruce King: 110-13.

Keith Lawrence
The Backcountry and the City: Colonization and Conflict in Early America, by Ed White: 113-19.

Richard Pearce
George Flett: Ledger Art, by George Flett: 119-22.

 
 

20.4 (Winter 2008)

Daniel Heath Justice and James H. Cox
"From the Editors": vii-viii.

Eric A. Wolfe
"Mourning, Melancholia, and Rhetorical Sovereignty in William Apess's Eulogy on King Philip": 1-23.

Caroline Wigginton
"Extending Root and Branch: Community Regeneration in the Petitions of Samson Occom": 24-55.

Sam McKegney
"Strategies for Ethical Engagement: An Open Letter Concerning Non-Native Scholars of Native Literatures": 56-67.

Annette Van Dyke
"A Tribute to Paula Gunn Allen (1939-2008)": 68-75.

Jace Weaver
"The Mystery of Language: N. Scott Momaday, An Appreciation": 76-86.

REVIEWS:
Rose Stremlau
A Cherokee Woman's America: Memoirs of Narcissa Owen, 1831-1907, ed. Karen L. Kilcup: 87-89.

Barbara K. Robbins
Black Silk Handkerchief: A Hom-Astubby Mystery, by D. L. Birchfield: 90-92.

William Huggins
Native Americans and the Environment: Perspectives on the Ecological Indian, eds. Michael E. Harkin and David Rich Lewis; Out of the Shadow: Ecopsychology, Story, and Encounters with the Land, by Rinda West: 93-97.

Katherine Evans
Native North American Theater in a Global Age: Sites of Identity Construction and Transdifference, by Birgit Däwes: 98-101.

Bryan Russell
The Salt Companion to Carter Revard, ed. Ellen L. Arnold: 101-04.

Robin Riley Fast
I Swallow Turquoise for Courage, by Hershman R. John: 104-07.

Amy Ware
Sovereign Bones: New Native American Writing, ed. Eric Gansworth: 108-11.

Julie A. Pelletier
The Third Space of Sovereignty: The Postcolonial Politics of U.S.-Indigenous Relations, by Kevin Bruyneel: 111-14.

 
 

21.1 (Spring 2009)

Alexander Hollenberg
"Speaking with the Separatists: Craig Womack and the Relevance of Literary History": 1-17.

Stephanie Li
"Domestic Resistance: Gardening, Mothering, and Storytelling in Leslie Marmon Silko's Gardens in the Dunes": 18-37.

J. James Iovannone
"'Mix-ups, Messes, Confinements, and Double-dealings': Transgendered Performances in Three Novels by Louise Erdrich": 38-68.

Arnold Krupat
Native Writer Profile: Ralph Salisbury": 69-77.

REVIEWS:
Christina Ann Roberts
The Marriage of Saints, by Dawn Karima Pettigrew: 78-81.

Timothy Braatz
I Am the Grand Canyon: The Story of the Havasupai People, by Stephen Hirst: 81-84.

John Lloyd Purdy
D'Arcy McNickle's The Hungry Generations: The Evolution of a Novel, ed. Birgit Hans:84-87.

Kirby Brown
Before the Country: Native Renaissance, Canadian Mythology, by Stephanie McKenzie: 87-90.

Amanda Moulder
American Indian Nonfiction: an Anthology of Writings, 1760s-1930s, ed. Bernd Peyer: 90-94.

 
 

21.2 (Summer 2009)

Vanessa Holford Diana
"'I am not a fairy tale': Contextualizing Sioux Spirituality and Story Traditions in Susan Power's The Grass Dancer": 1-24.

Francis Zichy
"'There isn't a Mr. Heavyman': Will's Negatives in Medicine River": 25-49.

Catherine Kunce
"Feasting on Famine in Linda Hogan's Solar Storms": 50-70.

SHORT FICTION:
Beth Piatote
"The News of the Day": 71-74.

REVIEWS:
Jill Doerfler
Border Fictions: Globalization, Empire, and Writing at the Boundaries of the United States, by Claudia Sadowski-Smith: 75-78.

Becca Gercken
Blonde Indian: An Alaska Native Memoir, by Ernestine Hayes: 78-81.

Jeanette Palmer
The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder, and Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns, by Stew Magnuson: 81-84.

Richard Pearce
War Dance at Fort Marion: Plains Indians War Prisoners, by Brad D. Lookingbill,
A Kiowa's Odyssey: A Sketchbook from Fort Marion, ed. Phillip Earenfight,
Art from Fort Marion: The Silberman Collection, by Joyce M. Szabo: 84-91
.

Ruth Spack
Learning to Write "Indian": The Boarding-School Experience and American Indian Literature, by Amelia V. Katanski: 91-94.

 
 

21.3 (Fall 2009)

Tereza M. Szeghi
"'The Injin is civilized and aint extinct no more than a rabbit': Transformation and Transnationalism in Alexander Posey's Fus Fixico Letters": 1-35.

Jennifer K. Ladino
"'A Limited Range of Motion?': Multiculturalism, 'Human Questions,' and Urban Indian Identity in Sherman Alexie's Ten Little Indians": 36-57.

CONVERSATIONS AND COMMENTARIES:
Rob Appleford
"A Response to Sam McKegney's 'Strategies for Ethical Engagement: An Open Letter Concerning Non-Native Scholars of Native Literatures'": 58-65.

J. Edward Chamberlin
"'The corn people have a song too. It is very good': On Beauty, Truth, and Goodness": 66-89.

CREATIVE NONFICTION:
Ernestine Hayes
"Winter in Lingit Aani Brings Magpies and Ravens": 90-94.

REVIEWS:
Jane Haladay
Three Plays: The Indolent Boys, Children of the Sun, The Moon in Two Windows, by N. Scott Momaday: 95-98.

Patrick Russell Lebeau
The Sound the Stars Make Rushing Through the Sky: The Writings of Jane Johnston Schoolcraft, ed. Robert Dale Parker: 98-101.

Annette Van Dyke
Silko, Writing Storyteller and Medicine Woman, by Brewster E. Fitz: 102-104.

Michael Wilson
The Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story, by LeAnne Howe: 104-107.

 
 

21.4 (Winter 2009)

A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff
"Memorial for Karl Kroeber (1926-2009)": vii-viii.

Emilio Del Valle Escalante
"Gregorio Condori Mamani and the Reconceptualization of Andean Memory in Cuzco, Peru": 1-19.

Craig S. Womack
Tribal Paradise Lost but Where Did It Go?: Native Absence in Toni Morrison's Paradise: 20-52.

Miriam Schacht
"'Movement Must Be Emulated by the People': Rootedness, Migration, and Indigenous Internationalism in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead": 53-71.

INTERVIEW:
Kathleen Godfrey
"'A Blanket Woven of All These Different Threads': A Conversation with Wendy Rose": 71-83.

REVIEWS:
C. J. Dosch
Dark Thirty, by Santee Frazier: 84-87.

David Christensen
The Lakota Ghost Dance of 1890, by Rani-Henrik Andersson: 87-90.

Erin Griffin
The War in Words: Reading the Dakota Conflict through the Captivity Literature, by Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola: 90-93.

Julianne Newmark
Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong, by Paul Chaat Smith: 93-97.

Leah Sneider
Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony: The Recovery of Tradition, by Robert M. Nelson: 97-99.

 
 

22.1 (Spring 2010)

Renate Eigenbrod
" Necessary Inclusion: Native Literature in Native Studies": 1-19.

Mareike Neuhaus
"The Marriage of Mother and Father: Michif Influences as Expressions of Métis Intellectual Sovereignty in Stories of the Road Allowance People": 20-48.

Channette Romero
"The Politics of the Camera: Visual Storytelling and Sovereignty in Victor Masayesva's Itam Hakim, Hopiit": 49-75.

Blake M. Hausman
"Alexie's Nutshell: Mousetraps and Interpenetrations of The Business of Fancydancing and Hamlet": 76-112.

POETRY:
Keith L. Camacho
"romanticizing warriorhood": 113-17.

REVIEWS:
David Martínez
Yaqui Homeland and Homeplace: The Everyday Production of Ethnic Identity, by Kirstin C. Erickson: 118-21.

Susan Bernardin
A Half-Life of Cardio-Pulmonary Function: Poems and Paintings, by Eric Gansworth: 121-25.

Esther Belin
A Radiant Curve: Poems and Stories, by Luci Tapahonso: 125-28.

Patrice Hollrah
The People Have Never Stopped Dancing: Native American Modern Dance Histories, by Jacqueline Shea Murphy: 128-31.

Gregory Wright
Narrating the American West: New Forms of Historical Memory, by Jordana Finnegan: 132-34.

 
 

22.2 (Summer 2010)

Melody Graulich
"Unearthing the Chumash Presence in The Sharpest Sight": 1-21.

Steven Salaita
"Concocting Terrorism off the Reservation: Liberal Orientalism in Sherman Alexie's Post-9/11 Fiction": 22-41.

Kirsti Paltto
"Publishing Sámi Literature--from Christian Translations to Sámi Publishing Houses": 42-58.

David Yost
"Apelles's War: Transcending Stereotypes of American Indigenous Peoples in David Treuer's The Translation of Dr. Apelles": 59-74.

REVIEW ESSAY:
Robert Dale Parker
"Another Indian Looking Back: A Review Essay on Recent American Indian Poetry": 75-85.

REVIEWS:
Jonathan D. Steigman
Titu Cusi Yupanqui. An Inca Account of the Conquest of Peru, Trans. Ralph Bauer: 86-89.

Margaret Noori
Shadow Tag, by Louise Erdrich: 89-96.

Margo Lukens
Common Pot: The Recovery of Native Space in the Northeast, by Lisa Brooks: 96-99.

 
 

22.3 (Fall 2010)

Siobhan Senier
"'All This / Is Abenaki Country': Cheryl Savageau's Poetic Awikhiganak": 1-25.

Christopher Taylor
"North America as Contact Zone: Native American Literary Nationalism and the Cross-Cultural Dilemma": 26-44.

Linda Warley
"The Reception of Indigenous Life Stories: The Case of The Days of Augusta": 45-71.

REVIEWS:
Ruth Spack
American Indian Education: Counternarratives in Racism, Struggle, and the Law, by Matthew L. M. Fletcher: 72-74.

Joshua B. Nelson
Cherokee Thoughts, Honest and Uncensored, by Robert J. Conley: 74-77.

Tol Foster
Manifesting America: The Imperial Construction of U.S. National Space, by Mark Rifkin: 77-81.

Lucy Maddox
Tribal Theory in Native American Literature: Dakota and Haudenosaunee Writing and Indigenous Worldviews, by Penelope Myrtle Kelsey: 81-84.

Craig Santos Perez
The Salt-Wind, Ka Makani Pa'akai, by Brandy Nalani McDougall: 84-92.

 
 

22.4 (Winter 2010)

Mark Rifkin
"Remapping the Family of Nations: The Geopolitics of Kinship in Hendrick Aupaumut's 'A Short Narration'": 1-31.

Lydia R. Cooper
"The Critique of Violent Atonement in Sherman Alexie's Indian Killer and David Treuer's The Hiawatha": 32-57.

Theresa S. Smith and Jill M. Fiore
"Landscape as Narrative, Narrative as Landscape": 58-80.

REVIEWS:
Stephanie Wheeler
Do You See What I Mean? Plains Indian Sign Talk and the Embodiment of Action, by Brenda Farnell: 81-85.

Marcos Julian Del Hierro
Rhetorics of the Americas: 3114 BCE to 2012 CE , by Victor Villanueva and Damián Baca: 85-88.

Joshua B. Nelson
Lost Creeks: Collected Journals and Song of the Oktahutche: Collected Poems, by Alexander Posey, ed. Matthew Sivils: 88-93.

Eric Wayne Dickey
The Indian Who Bombed Berlin, by Ralph Salisbury: 94-97.

 
 

23.1 (Spring 2011)

Carolyn Sorisio
"Playing the Indian Princess?: Sarah Winnemucca's Newspaper Career and Performance of American Indian Identities": 1-37.

Summer Harrison
"The Politics of Metafiction in Louise Erdrich's Four Souls": 38-69.

Deborah Weagel
"Image as Text, Text as Image: Quilts and Quiltmaking in Eric Gansworth's Mending Skins": 70-95.

Thomas Ward
"Alva Ixtlilxochitl, Civilization, and the Quest for Coevalness": 96-125.

CREATIVE NONFICTION:
Ernestine Hayes
"One Scrap of Earth": 126-29.

REVIEWS:
Elizabeth Archuleta
Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives, ed. Susan Sleeper-Smith: 130-32.

Qwo-li Driskill
Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South: Race, Identity, and the Making of a Nation, by Malinda Maynor Lowrey:133-36.

Katherine Young Evans
Performing Worlds into Being: Native American Women's Theater, eds. Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, Kelli Lyon Johnson, and William A. Wortman;
Native American Drama: A Critical Perspective, by Christy Stanlake: 136-39
.

 
 

23.2 (Summer 2011)


Digital Technologies and Native Literature

Carol Zitzer-Comfort
"Introduction": 1-2
.

Margaret Noori
"Waasechibiiwaabikoonsing Nd'anami'aami, 'Praying through a Wired Window': Using Technology to Teach Anishinaabemowin" 3-24.

Rick Mott
"Ceremony Earth: Digitizing Silko's Novel for Students of the Twenty-first Century": 25-47.

Gabriel S. Estrada
"Native Avatars, Online Hubs, and Urban Indian Literature": 48-70.

Nancy Strow Sheley and Carol Zitzer-Comfort
"Expand and Contract: E-Learning Shapes the World in Cyprus and in California": 71-90.

REVIEWS:
Margaret Noori
First Person: New Media as Story, Performance, and Game; Second Person: Role-Playing and Story in Games and Playable Media; Third Person: Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives, eds. Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin: 91-96.

Margaret Noori
Mestiz@ Scripts, Digital Migrations, and the Territories of Writing, by Damian Baca: 96-100.

David Martínez
The Sweet Smell of Home: The Life and Art of Leonard F. Chana, by Leonard F. Chana, Susan Lobo, and Barbara Chana: 100-03.

Rebecca Bales
The National Museum of the American Indian: Critical Conversations, eds. Amy Lonetree and Amanda J. Cobb: 103-06.

 
 

23.3 (Fall 2011)

Yvette Koepke and Christopher Nelson
"Genetic Crossing: Imagining Tribal Identity and Nation in Gerald Vizenor's The Heirs of Columbus" 1-33
.

Christopher Schedler
"Wiindigoo Sovereignty and Native Transmotion in Gerald Vizenor's Bearheart": 34-68.

Azalea Barrieses and Susan Gingell
"Listening to Bones That Sing: Orality, Spirituality, and Female Kinship in Louise Halfe's Blue Marrow": 69-93.

Carrie Louise Sheffield
"Native American Hip-Hop and Historical Trauma: Surviving and Healing Trauma on the 'Rez'": 94-110.

CREATIVE COMMENTARY:
A. James Wohlpart
"Journey to the Great Mountain": 111-27.

REVIEWS:
Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez
Reckonings: Contemporary Short Fiction by Native American Women, eds. Hertha D. Sweet Wong, Lauren Stuart Muller, and Jana Sequoya Magdaleno: 128-32.

Kenneth M. Roemer
Writing Indian, Native Conversations, by John Lloyd Purdy: 132-36.

Jerome Bump
Taxidermic Signs: Reconstructing Aboriginality, by Pauline Wakeham: 137-38.

 
 

23.4 (Winter 2011)
CONSTITUTIONAL CRITICISM

James Mackay
"Introduction": 3-12.

David J. Carlson
"Trickster Hermeneutics and the Postindian Reader: Gerald Vizenor's Constitutional Praxis": 13-47.

Lisa Brooks
"The Constitution of the White Earth Nation: A New Innovation in a Longstanding Indigenous Literary Tradition": 48-77.

Kirby Brown
"Citizenship, Land, and Law: Constitutional Criticism and John Milton Oskison's Black Jack Davy": 77-115.

REVIEWS:
A. Robert Lee
Father Meme; Shrouds of White Earth, by Gerald Vizenor: 116-20.

Chadwick Allen
Survivance: Narratives of Native Presence, ed. Gerald Vizenor: 120-24.

James Mackay
Understanding Gerald Vizenor, by Deborah L. Madsen: 125-28.

Deborah L. Madsen
Gerald Vizenor, ed. Simone Pellerin: 128-31.

Jeff Berglund
Native Storiers: Five Selections, ed. Gerald Vizenor: 131-33.

Matthew L. M. Fletcher
Native Liberty: Natural Reason and Cultural Survivance, by Gerald Vizenor: 133-36.

David Stirrup
Gerald Vizenor: Texts and Contexts, eds. Deborah L. Madsen and A. Robert Lee: 136-40.

 
 

24.1 (Spring 2012)

Adrienne Akins
"'Next Time, Just Remember the Story': Unlearning Empire in Silko's Ceremony": 1-14.

Aubrey Jean Hanson
"'Through White Man's Eyes': Beatrice Culleton Mosionier's in Search of April Raintree and Reading for Decolonization": 15-30 .

Jonathan Wilson
"Old Wives, the Same Man, and a Baby: Location and Family as the Foundation of Home in Tales of Burning Love and
Bingo Palace": 31-61
.

Reviews:
William A. Dodge
We Are an Indian Nation: a History of the Hualapai People, by Jeffrey P. Shepherd: 62-65 .

Scott Andrews
Velroy and the Madischie Mafia, by Sy Hoahwah: 65-68 .

Clint Carroll
Trust in the Land: New Directions in Tribal Conservation, by Beth Rose Middleton: 68-71 .

Jarrett Chapin
Art as Performance, Story as Criticism: Reflections on Native Literary Aesthetics, by Craig Womack: 72-74 .

Jill Doerfler
Stories Through Theories/theories Through Stories: North American Indian Writing, Storytelling and Critique , Eds. Gordon D. Henry Jr., Nieves Pascual Soler, and
Silvia Martnez-falquina: 74-77
.

James Jenkins
When the Other Is Me: Native Resistance Discourse, 1850-1990, by Emma Larocque: 77-82 .

Margaret Noori
Contributions to Ojibwe Studies: Essays, 1934-1972, by
A. Irving Hallowell: 82-85
.

Jeffrey P. Shepherd
We Will Dance Our Truth: Yaqui History in Yoeme Performances, by David Delgado Shorter: 85-90 .

 
 

24.2 (Summer 2012)

Rebecca M. Lush
"Turning Tricks: Sexuality and Trickster Language in Vizenor's The Heirs of Columbus": 1-16 .

Mary Catherine Harper
"Figuring the Grotesque in Louise Erdrich's Novels: Of Ojibwe Play, Modernist Form, and the Romantic Sensibility": 17-38 .

Emily Lutenski
"Tribes of Men: John Joseph Mathews and Indian Internationalism": 39-64 .

A. Lavonne Brown Ruoff
"'Unmapped Territories': The Career of Karl Kroeber (1926-2009)": 65-67 .

Michael Mallick
"Art, Imagination, Storytelling': an Interview with Karl Kroeber": 68-75 .

Karl Kroeber
"'Give it Your Best Shot!': Address to Columbia College Students Elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society": 76-83 .

Kenneth M. Roemer
"It's Not a Poem. It's My Life: Navajo Singing Identities": 84-103 .

Poetry:
Jeane T'áaw Xwa Breinig
"For Channa": 104-06 .

Book Reviews:
Meredith Coffey
Delaware Tribe in a Cherokee Nation, by Brice Obermeyer: 107-111.

Sandra Cox
America the Beautiful: The Final Poems of Paula Gunn Allen, by Paula Gunn Allen: 111-115 .

Lauren Grewe
X-marks: Native Signatures of Assent, by Scott Richard Lyons: 116-120 .

Linda Lizut Helstern
Studies in the Literary Achievement of Louise Erdrich, Native American Writer: Fifteen Critical Essays, Ed. Brajesh Sawhney: 120-123 .

Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair
Ogimaag: Anishinaabeg Leadership, 1760-1845, by Cary Miller: 123-127 .

Cristina Stanciu
White Mother to a Dark Race: Settler Colonialism, Maternalism, and the Removal of Indigenous Children in the American West and Australia, 1880-1940, by Margaret D. Jacobs: 127-133 .

Jace Weaver
PYM: A Novel, by Mat Johnson: 133-136 .

Michael Wilson
The Dance Boots, by Linda LeGarde Grover: 136-139 .

 
 

24.3 (Fall 2012)
Special Issue: Indigenous New England

Margo Lukens And Siobhan Senier
"Introduction": xi-xviii
.

Reginald Dyck
"The Economic Education of Samson Occom": 3-25 .

Michael Leblanc
"Putting on 'The Helmet of Salvation' and Wielding 'The Sword of the Spirit': Joseph Johnson, Moses Paul, and the Word of God: 26-52 .

Dale Potts
"Indian Storyteller in the Mainstream: Henry Perley of Maine and the Pulp Fiction Market, 1910-1930": 53-70 .

Christine M. Delucia
"Placing Joseph Bruchac: Native Literary Networks and Cultural Transmission in the Contemporary Northeast": 71-96 .

Interview:
Lorrayne Carroll
"'To Remove the Fear': a Conversation with Charles Norman Shay about Joseph Nicolar's The Life and Traditions of the Red Man": 97-114 .

Autobiography:
Alice Azure
"Connecticut River Valley Awakening": 115-137 .

Review:
Margaret M. Bruchac
The Life and Writings of Betsey Chamberlain: Native American Mill Worker, by Judith Ranta: 138-141 .

 
 

24.4 (Winter 2012)

Annette Kolodny
"The Coming of the White Man": Native American First Contact Stories in the Literature Classroom": 1-20 .

Yael Ben-zvi
"Up and Down with Mary Rowlandson: Erdrich's and Alexie's Versions of 'Captivity'": 21-46.

Rose Gubele
"Utalotsa Woni-'Talking Leaves': a Re-examination of the Cherokee Syllabary and Sequoyah": 47-76 .

Kenneth M. Roemer
"Making Do: Momaday's Survivance Ceremonies": 77-98 .

Reviews:
Michael Snyder
Queer Indigenous Studies: Critical Interventions in Theory, Politics, and Literature, Eds Qwo-li Driskill, Chris Finley, Brian Joseph Gilley, and Scott Lauria Morgensen: 99-103 .

Dean Rader
Fried Fish and Flour Biscuits, by Molly Mcglennen: 103-107 .

Amanda Moulder
The Salt Companion to Diane Glancy, Ed. James Mackay: 107-111 .

Bethany Schneider
When Did Indians Become Straight? Kinship, the History of Sexuality, and Native Sovereignty, by Mark Rifkin: 111-115 .

Ted Jojola
Indigenous Albuquerque, by Myla Vicenti Carpio: 115-118 .

Eric Cheyfitz
Bitter Water: Diné Oral Histories of the Navajo-hopi Land Dispute, Ed. And Trans. Malcolm D. Benally: 118-123 .

Laura M. Furlan
Sherman Alexie: a Collection of Critical Essays, Eds. Jeff Berglund and Jan Roush: 123-126 .

Jim Charles
N. Scott Momaday: Remembering Ancestors, Earth and Traditions: an Annotated Bio-bibliography, by Phyllis S. Morgan;n. Scott Momaday. The Journey of Tai-me; N. Scott Momaday. In the Bear's House; and N. Scott Momaday. Again the Far Morning: New and Selected Poems: 126-134 .

Rebecca Kugel
Three Fires Unity: The Anishnaabeg of the Lake Huron Borderlands, by Phil Bellfy: 134-138 .

Mark Rifkin
The Transit of Empire: Indigenous Critiques of Colonialism, by Jodi A. Byrd: 138-142 .

 
 

25.1 (Spring 2013)

Rochelle Raineri Zuck
"William Apess, the 'Lost Tribes,' and Indigenous Survivance": 1-26.

Elizabeth Horan and Seonghoon Kim
"'Then One Day We Create Something Unexpected': Tribalography's Decolonizing Strategies in Leanne Howe's Evidence of Red ": 27-52.

Jeane T'âawxaa Breinig
"In Honor of Nastâo: Kasaan Haida Elders Look to the Future": 53-67.

Jeane T'ßawxaa Breinig
"Raven, Carry Me": 68.

Geary Hobson
"'Skins in Skin Flicks: a Modest Proposal on the Most Adequate Means for 'Telling' the 'Real' Indians from the Wannabes Among the 'Reel' Indians in Pornography": 69-88.

Reviews:
Andrew Wiget
Living with Koryak Traditions: Playing With Culture in Siberia, by Alexander King: 89-94.

Michael D. Sullivan
Born in the Blood: on Native American Translation, ed. Brian Swann: 94-98.

Fritz Detwiler
"I Choose Life": Contemporary Medical and Religious Practices in the Navajo World, by Maureen Trundelle Schwarz: 98-102.

Robert T. Hayashi
Perimeters of Democracy: Inverse Utopias and the Wartime Social Landscape in the American West, by Heather Fryer: 102-105.

Phillip H. Round
Bound to Have Blood: Frontier Newspapers and the Plains Indian Wars, by Hugh J. Reilly: 105-108.

Gabriel S. Estrada
Sovereign Erotics: A Collection of Two-spirit Literature, eds. Qwo-li Driskill, Daniel Heath Justice, Deborah Miranda, and Lisa Tatonetti: 108-112.

Kathleen Washburn
Changing Is Not Vanishing: A Collection of American Indian Poetry to 1930, ed. Robert Dale Parker: 112-116.

Chadwick Allen
Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas, ed. Allison Adelle Hedge Coke; and Mauri Ola: Contemporary Polynesian Poems in English: Whetu Moana Ii, eds. Albert Wendt, Reina Whaitiri, and Robert Sullivan: 116-119.

Molly McGlennen
Pushing the Bear: After the Trail of Tears and The Dream of a Broken Field, by Diane Glancy: 119-122.

Joseph Bauerkemper
Plural Sovereignties and Contemporary Indigenous Literature, by Stuart Christie: 122-125.

Audrey Goodman
Engaged Resistance: American Indian Art, Literature, and Film from Alcatraz to the NMAI, by Dean Rader: 125-129.

 
 

25.2 (Summer 2013)
The Society of American Indians and Its Legacies:
A Special Combined Issue of SAIL
and AIQ
Guest Editors: Chadwick Allen and Beth H. Piatote

Chadwick Allen
"Introduction: Locating the Society of American Indians": 3-22
.

Philip J. Deloria
"Four Thousand Invitations": 25-44.

Beth H. Piatote
"The Indian/Agent Aporia": 45-63.

Cathleen D. Cahill
"Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin: Indigenizing the Federal Indian Service": 65-86.

Cristina Stanciu
"An Indian Woman of Many Hats: Laura Cornelius Kellogg's Embattled Search for an Indigenous Voice": 87-117.

Kristina Ackley
"Laura Cornelius Kellogg, Lolomi, and Modern Oneida Placemaking": 117-139.

Julianne Newmark
"A Prescription for Freedom: Carlos Montezuma, Wassaja, and the Society of American Indians": 139-158.

Thomas C. Maroukis
"The Peyote Controversy and the Demise of the Society of American Indians": 161-180.

Marti L. Chaatsmith
"Singing at a Center of the Indian World: The SAI and Ohio Earthworks": 181-198.

P. Jane Hafen
"'Help Indians Help Themselves': Gertrude Bonnin, the SAI, and the NCAI": 199-218.

Robert Warrior
"The SAI and the End(s) of Intellectual History": 221-236.

Margaret Noodin
"Bundling the Day and Unraveling the Night": 237-240.

Kyle T. Mays
"Transnational Progressivism: African Americans, Native Americans, and the Universal Races Congress of 1911": 243-262.

Gregory D. Smithers
"The Soul of Unity: The Quarterly Journal of the Society of American Indians, 1913-1915": 263-290.

Renya K. Ramirez
"Ho- Chunk Warrior, Intellectual, and Activist: Henry Roe Cloud Fights for the Apaches": 291-310.

David Martínez
"Carlos Montezuma's Fight against "Bureauism": An Unexpected Pima Hero": 311-330.

K. Tsianina Lomawaima
"The Mutuality of Citizenship and Sovereignty: The Society of American Indians and the Battle to Inherit America": 333-252.

 
 

25.3 (Fall 2013)

Andrew Wiget
"In Memoriam: Remembering Alexander Vashchenko": ix-xii
.

Lincoln Faller
"Irony, Pattern, Mystery: The 'Tribal Traditional' in The Death of Jim Loney": 1-32
.

Elizabeth Wilkinson
"Gertrude Bonnin's Rhetorical Strategies of Silence": 33-56
.

Sophie McCall
" Intimate Enemies: Weetigo, Weesageechak, and the Politics of Reconciliation in Tomson Highway's Kiss of the Fur Queen and Joseph Boyden's Three Day Road": 57-85.

Christina Roberts
"Narrative Healing in Betty Louise Bell's Faces in the Moon: A Tribute to Cherokee Continuance": 86-106.

Reviews:
Joanna Hearne
Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans in Film, by Michelle H. Raheja: 107-110.

Eve Darian-Smith
Rich Indians: Native People and the Problem of Wealth in American History, by Alexandra Harmon: 110-115.

Lynette Wise Leidner
Leaving Holes & Selected New Writings, by Joe Dale Tate Nevaquaya: 115-118.

David D. Oberhelman
The Way of Thorn and Thunder: The Kynship Chronicles, by Daniel Heath Justice: 118-120.

Mascha N. Gemein
Twenty Thousand Mornings: An Autobiography, by John Joseph Mathews: 120-124.

Kyle Carsten Wyatt
Spaces between Us: Queer Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Decolonization, by Scott Lauria Morgensen: 127-132.

 
 

25.4 (Winter 2013)
Special Issue: Animal Studies

Guest Editors: Brian K. Hudson and Dustin Gray

Brian K. Hudson
"Introduction: First Beings in American Indian Literatures": 3-10
.



Craig Womack
"There Is No Respectful Way to Kill an Animal": 11-27.

Jennifer K. Ladino
"'Sovereignty of the Self ': Interspecies Ethics in Sherman Alexie's Face": 28-47.

Maureen Riche
'Waiting Halfway in Each Other's Bodies': Kinship and Corporeality in Louise Erdrich's 'Father's Milk'": 48-68.

Rachel C. Jackson
"A Walk in the Woods with Murv Jacob": 69-78.

Carter Revard
"Prehistoric Surveillance in Bethlehem?": 79-82.

Geary Hobson
"The Animals' Ballgame": 83-99.

Reviews:
Amy Gore
Walking the Clouds: An Anthology of Indigenous Science Fiction, ed. Grace L. Dillon: 100-103.

Richard Pearce
Ledger Narratives: The Plains Indian Drawings of the Lansburgh Collection at Dartmouth College, ed. Colin Calloway: 103-107.

Julianne Newmark
Native Historians Write Back: Decolonizing American Indian History, eds. Susan A. Miller and James Riding In: 107-111.

Jasmine Johnston
corpse whale, by dg nanouk okpik: 111-115.

James Mackay
Like the Sun in Storm, by Ralph Salisbury: 115-118.

Zachary R. Hernández
Cell Traffic: New and Selected Poems, by Heid E. Erdrich: 118-120.

 
 

25.1 (Spring 2013)

Rochelle Raineri Zuck
"William Apess, the 'Lost Tribes,' and Indigenous Survivance": 1-26.
Elizabeth Horan And Seonghoon Kim
"'Then One Day We Create Something Unexpected': Tribalography's Decolonizing Strategies in LeAnne Howe's Evidence of Red": 27-52.
Jeane T'áawxíaa Breinig
"In Honor of Nastáo: Kasaan Haida Elders Look to the Future": 53-67.
POETRY:
Jeane T'áawxíaa Breinig
"Raven, Carry Me": 68.
SATIRE:
Geary Hobson
"'Skins in Skin Flicks: A Modest Proposal on the Most Adequate Means for 'Telling' the 'Real' Indians from the Wannabes among the 'Reel' Indians in Pornography": 69-88.
REVIEWS:
Andrew Wiget
Living with Koryak Traditions: Playing with Culture in Siberia, by Alexander King: 89-94.
Michael D. Sullivan
Born in the Blood: On Native American Translation, ed. Brian Swann: 94-97.
Fritz Detwiler
"I Choose Life": Contemporary Medical and Religious Practices in the Navajo World, by Maureen Trundelle Schwarz: 98-101.
Robert T. Hayashi
Perimeters of Democracy: Inverse Utopias and the Wartime Social Landscape in the American West, by Heather Fryer: 102-104.
Phillip H. Round
Bound to Have Blood: Frontier Newspapers and the Plains Indian Wars, by Hugh J. Reilly: 105-107.
Gabriel S. Estrada
Sovereign Erotics: A Collection of Two-Spirit Literature, eds. Qwo-Li Driskill, Daniel Heath Justice, Deborah Miranda, and Lisa Tatonetti: 108-112.
Kathleen Washburn
Changing Is Not Vanishing: A Collection of American Indian Poetry to 1930, ed. Robert Dale Parker: 112-115.
Chadwick Allen
Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas, ed. Allison Adelle Hedge Coke
Mauri Ola: Contemporary Polynesian Poems in English: Whetu Moana II, eds, Albert Wendt, Reina Whaitiri, and Robert Sullivan:116-118
.
Molly McGlennen
Pushing the Bear: After the Trail of Tears, by Diane Glancy
The Dream of a Broken Field, by Diane Glancy: 119-122
.
Joseph Bauerkemper
Plural Sovereignties and Contemporary Indigenous Literature, by Stuart Christie: 122-124.
Audrey Goodman
Engaged Resistance: American Indian Art, Literature, and Film from Alcatraz to the NMAI, by Dean Rader: 125-128.



25.2 (Summer 2013)
The Society of American Indians and Its Legacies:
A Special Combined Issue of SAIL
and AIQ
GUEST EDITORS CHADWICK ALLEN AND BETH H. PIATOTE

Chadwick Allen
"Introduction: Locating the Society of American Indians": 3-22.
Philip J. Deloria
"Four Thousand Invitations": 25-44.
Beth H. Piatote
"The Indian/Agent Aporia": 45-62.
Cathleen D. Cahill
" Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin: Indigenizing the Federal Indian Service": 65-86.
Cristina Stanciu
"An Indian Woman of Many Hats: Laura Cornelius Kellogg's Embattled Search for an Indigenous Voice": 87-115.
Kristina Ackley
"Laura Cornelius Kellogg, Lolomi, and Modern Oneida Placemaking": 117-138.
Julianne Newmark
"A Prescription for Freedom: Carlos Montezuma, Wassaja, and the Society of American Indians": 139-158.
Thomas C. Maroukis
"The Peyote Controversy and the Demise of the Society of American Indians": 161-180.
Marti L. Chaatsmith
"Singing at a Center of the Indian World: The SAI and Ohio Earthworks": 181-198.
P. Jane Hafen
"'Help Indians Help Themselves': Gertrude Bonnin, the SAI, and the NCAI": 199-218.
Robert Warrior
"The SAI and the End(s) of Intellectual History": 221-236.
Margaret Noodin
"Bundling the Day and Unraveling the Night": 237-240.
Kyle T. Mays
"Transnational Progressivism: African Americans, Native Americans, and the Universal Races Congress of 1911": 243-262.
Gregory D. Smithers
"The Soul of Unity: The Quarterly Journal of the Society of American Indians, 1913-1915": 263-290
Renya K. Ramirez
"Ho-Chunk Warrior, Intellectual, and Activist: Henry Roe Cloud Fights for the Apaches": 291-310.
David Martínez
"Carlos Montezuma's Fight against 'Bureauism': An Unexpected Pima Hero": 311-330.
K. Tsianina Lomawaima
"The Mutuality of Citizenship and Sovereignty: The Society of American Indians and the Battle to Inherit America": 333-351.




25.3 (Fall 2013)

Andrew Wiget
" In Memoriam: Remembering Alexander Vashchenko": ix-xii.
Lincoln Faller
"Irony, Pattern, Mystery: The 'Tribal Traditional' in The Death of Jim Loney: 1-32.
Elizabeth Wilkinson
"Gertrude Bonnin's Rhetorical Strategies of Silence": 33-56.
Sophie Mccall
"Intimate Enemies: Weetigo, Weesageechak, and the Politics of Reconciliation in Tomson Highway's Kiss of the Fur Queen and Joseph Boyden's Three Day Road": 57-85.
Christina Roberts
"Narrative Healing in Betty Louise Bell's Faces in the Moon: A Tribute to Cherokee Continuance": 86-106.
REVIEWS:
Joanna Hearne
Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans in Film, by Michelle H. Raheja: 107-110.
Eve Darian-Smith
Rich Indians: Native People and the Problem of Wealth in American History, by Alexandra Harmon: 110-115.
Lynette Wise Leidner
Leaving Holes & Selected New Writings, by Joe Dale Tate Nevaquaya: 115-118.
David D. Oberhelman
The Way of Thorn and Thunder: The Kynship Chronicles, by Daniel Heath Justice: 118-120.
Mascha N. Gemein
Twenty Thousand Mornings: An Autobiography, by John Joseph Mathews: 120-124.
Kyle Carsten Wyatt
Seeing Red: A History of Natives in Canadian Newspapers, by Mark Cronlund Anderson and Carmen L. Robertson: 124-127.
Leah Sneider
Spaces between Us: Queer Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Decolonization, by Scott Lauria Morgensen: 127-131.


25.4 (Winter 2013)
SPECIAL ISSUE: ANIMAL STUDIES
GUEST EDITORS: BRIAN K. HUDSON AND DUSTIN GRAY

Brian K. Hudson
"Introduction: First Beings in American Indian Literatures": 3-10.
Craig Womack
"There Is No Respectful Way to Kill an Animal": 11-27.
Jennifer K. Ladino
"'Sovereignty of the Self ': Interspecies Ethics in Sherman Alexie's Face": 28-47.
Maureen Riche
"'Waiting Halfway in Each Other's Bodies': Kinship and Corporeality in Louise Erdrich's 'Father's Milk'": 48-68.
INTERVIEW:
Rachel C. Jackson
"A Walk in the Woods with Murv Jacob" 69-78.
POETRY:
Carter Revard
"Prehistoric Surveillance in Bethlehem?": 79-82.
STORY:
Geary Hobson
"The Animals' Ballgame": 83-99.
REVIEWS:
Amy Gore
Walking the Clouds: An Anthology of Indigenous Science Fiction, by Grace L. Dillon: 100-103.
Richard Pearce
Ledger Narratives: The Plains Indian Drawings of the Lansburgh Collection at Dartmouth College, ed. Colin Calloway: 103-107.
Julianne Newmark
Native Historians Write Back: Decolonizing American Indian History, eds. Susan A. Miller and James Riding In: 107-111.
Jasmine Johnston
corpse whale, by dg nanouk okpik: 111-115.
James Mackay
Like the Sun in Storm, by Ralph Salisbury: 115-118.
Zachary R. Hernández
Cell Traffic: New and Selected Poems, by Heid E. Erdrich: 118-120.

 
 

26.1 (Spring 2014)

Catherine Rainwater
"'Maybe Einstein Was Part Yaqui': Deposing Thought in Works by Endrezze and Silko": 1-28.

David Martínez
"Neither Chief Nor Medicine Man: The Historical Role of the 'Intellectual' in the American Indian Community": 29-53.

Alicia Cox
"Remembering Polingaysi: A Queer Recovery of No Turning Back as a Decolonial Text": 54-80.

Charles Pigott
" Ecological Ethics in Two Andean Songs": 81-109.

REVIEWS:
Cristina Stanciu
Domestic Subjects: Gender, Citizenship, and Law in Native American Literature, by Beth H. Piatote: 110-115.

Ingrid Wendt
The Salt Companion to Jim Barnes, ed. A. Robert Lee: 115-117.

Valerie Henry
Buying America from the Indians: Johnson v. McIntosh and the History of Native Land Rights, by Blake A. Watson: 118-121.

Anne Stewart
The White Earth Nation: Ratification of a Native Democratic Constitution, by Gerald Vizenor and Jill Doerfler: 121-125.

Erin J. Cotter
Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching, and Theory, eds. M. Elise Marubbio and Eric L. Buffalohead: 125-127.

Mario N. Castro
Comparative Indigeneities of the Américas: Toward a Hemispheric Approach, eds. M. Bianet Castellanos, Lourdes Gutiérrez Nájera, and
Arturo J. Aldama: 127-131.



26.2 (Summer 2014)
SPECIAL ISSUE: TRIBALOGRAPHY
Guest Editor: Joseph Bauerkemper

Joseph Bauerkemper
"Introduction: Assessing and Advancing Tribalography": 3-12.

Channette Romero
"Expanding Tribal Identities and Sovereignty through LeAnne Howe's 'Tribalography'": 13-25.

Carter Meland  
"Talking Tribalography: LeAnne Howe Models Emerging Worldliness in 'The Story of America' and Miko Kings": 26-39.

Patrice Hollrah 
"'The Lord and the Center of the Farthest': Ezol's Journal as Tribalography in LeAnne Howe's
Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story": 40-54.

Jodi A. Byrd
"Tribal 2.0: Digital Natives, Political Players, and the Power of Stories": 55-64.

Jill Doerfler 
"Making It Work: A Model of Tribalography as Methodology": 65-74.

Leanne Howe
"Embodied Tribalography: Mound Building, Ball Games, and Native Endurance in the Southeast": 75-93.

REVIEWS:
Brendan Hokowhitu
Once Were Pacific: Maori Connections to Oceania, by Alice Te Punga Somerville: 94-97.

Anne Jansen
If I Ever Get Out of Here, by Eric Gansworth: 98-101.

Deborah L. Madsen
Chair of Tears, by Gerald Vizenor: 101-104.

Jace Weaver
Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars' Club, by Christopher B. Teuton: 104-106.

Melanie K. Yazzie
The Erotics of Sovereignty: Queer Native Writing in the Era of Self-Determination, by Mark Rifkin: 106-110.



26.3 (Fall 2014)

Cari M. Carpenter
"Choking Off That Angel Mother: Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins's Strategic Humor": 1-24.

Julie Tharp
"Erdrich's Crusade: Sexual Violence in The Round House": 25-40.

Miriam Brown Spiers
"Creating a Haida Manga: The Formline of Social Responsibility in Red": 41-61.

INTERVIEW:
Sam Mckegney
"'To Fight against Shame through Love': A Conversation on Life, Literature, and Indigenous Masculinities with Daniel Heath Justice": 62-80.

REVIEWS:
Harald E. L. Prins
In Search of First Contact: The Vikings of Vinland, the Peoples of the Dawnland, and the Anglo-American Anxiety of Discovery. By Annette Kolodny: 81-85.

Cari M. Carpenter
Mark My Words: Native Women Mapping Our Nations, by Mishuana Goeman: 85-87.

James Mackay
Pointing with Lips: A Week in the Life of a Rez Chick, by Dana Lone Hill: 87-90.

Margaret Noodin
Unraveling the Spreading Cloth of Time: Indigenous Thoughts concerning the Universe, eds. MariJo Moore and Trace A. Demeyer, and Walking in the Land of Many Gods: Remembering Sacred Reason in Contemporary Environmental Literature, by A. James Wohlpart: 91-93.

Brendan Hokowhitu
Trans-Indigenous: Methodologies for Global Native Literary Studies, by Chadwick Allen: 94-97.

Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola
Bradford's Indian Book: Being the True Roote & Rise of American Letters as Revealed by the Native Text Embedded in Of Plimoth Plantation, by Betty Booth Donohue: 98-100.



26.4 (Winter 2014)

Michael Greyeyes
"Inside the Machine: Indigeneity, Subversion, and the Academy": 1-18.

Peter L. Bayers
"From Father to Son: Affirming Lakota Manhood in Luther Standing Bear's My People the Sioux": 19-38.

Colleen G. Eils
"The Politics of Make-Believe: Dissimulation and Reciprocity in David Treuer's The Translation of Dr. Apelles": 39-58.

REVIEW ESSAY:
Drew Lopenzina
"The Wedding of Pocahontas and John Rolfe: How to Keep the Thrill Alive after Four Hundred Years of Marriage" 59-77.

REVIEWS:
Kenneth Roemer
That Dream Shall Have a Name: Native Americans Rewriting America, by David L. Moore: 78-82.

Carrie Louise Sheffield
The Island of the Anishnaabeg: Thunderers and Water Monsters in the Traditional Ojibwe Life-World, by Theresa S. Smith: 82-85.

Jenna Hunnef
Finding a Way to the Heart: Feminist Writings on Aboriginal and Women's History in Canada
, eds. Robin Jarvis Brownlie and Valerie J. Korinek: 85-89.

Susan Gardner
Scalping Columbus and Other Damn Indian Stories: Truths, Half-Truths, and Outright Lies, by Adam Fortunate Eagle: 89-91.

Denise Low
Women and Ledger Art: Four Contemporary Native American Artists, by Richard Pearce: 91-93.

Alicia Robinet
For King and Kanata: Canadian Indians and the First World War, by Timothy C. Winegard: 95-97.

 

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