Volume 32, Numbers 3 & 4 (Fall-Winter 2020)

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Special Issue: “Sovereign Histories, Gathering Bones, Embodying Land: Scholarship from the Indigenous Literary Studies Association”
Guest Edited by Michelle Coupal, Aubrey Jean Hanson, and Sarah Henzi

Introduction: Sovereign Histories, Gathering Bones, Embodying Land: Visiting with Contributors
Michele Coupal, Aubrey Jean Hanson, & Sarah Henzi

On Critical Humanity
Warren Cariou

Reimagining the Four Rs of Indigenous Education for Literary Studies: Learning From and With Indigenous Stories in the Classroom
Candace Brunette-Debassige & Pauline Wakeham

Kaianere’kó:Wa: A Lesson in Being Ready to Listen
Gage Karahkwí:io Diabo

Gathering Stories, Gathering Pedagogies: Animating Indigenous Knowledge through Story
Aubrey Jean Hanson, Anna-Leah King, Heather Phipps, & Erin Spring

“We Are Here Now”: The Generative Refusal of Fictional Residential School Diaries
Melanie Braith

Life Writing, Positions, and Embodied Criticism: Relating to an Antane Kapesh’s and Mini Aodla Freeman’s First-Person Narratives
Élise Couture-Grondin

Representational Sovereignty in Moroccan Amazigh Documentary Film
Sheila Petty & Brahim Benbouazza

Intervening in Settler Colonial Genocide: Restoring Métis Buffalo Kinship Memory in Amanda Strong’s Four Faces of the Moon
Brenda Vellino

Witnessing Story and Creating Kinship in a New Era of Residential Schools: Cherie Dimaline’s The Marrow Thieves
Patrizia Zanella

Review Essays
(So Many) Opportunities for Teaching Native Nonfiction
Chadwick Allen

The Practical Limits of Liberal Piety: Larissa FastHorse’s The Thanksgiving Play
James H. Cox & Alexander Pettit

P. Jane Hafen. Help Indians Help Themselves: The Later Writings of Gertrude Simmons Bonnin (Zitkala-Ša)
Edward English

Melissa Michal. Living on the Borderlines.
Kate Rose

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