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Contents


Acknowledgments

Introduction: Ands turn Comparative turn Trans-
Part I. Recovery/Interpretation

1. "Being" Indigenous "Now": Resettling "The Indian Today" within and beyond the U.S. 1960s

2. Unsettling the Spirit of '76: American Indians Anticipate the U.S. Bicentennial
Part II. Interpretation/Recovery

3. Pictographic, Woven, Carved: Engaging N. Scott Momaday's "Carnegie, Oklahoma, 1919" through Multiple Indigenous Aesthetics

4. Indigenous Languaging: Empathy and Translation across Alphabetic, Aural, and Visual Texts

5. Siting Earthworks, Navigating Waka: Patterns of Indigenous Settlement in Allison Hedge Coke's Blood Run and Robert Sullivan's Star Waka
Notes

Bibliography

Index


About the Author

Chadwick Allen is professor of English and coordinator of American Indian studies at the Ohio State University. He is the author of Blood Narrative: Indigenous Identity in American Indian and Maori Literary and Activist Texts.

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"Chadwick Allen's articulation of a Trans-Indigenous methodology is clear-minded, robust, and urgent. A committed focus on specific texts is underpinned by deep and genuinely reflective intellectual, ethical, and political commitments. Trans-Indigenous both emphasizes and will be a key player in the configuration of global Indigenous literary studies; yet it is able, through its sheer specificity, to speak provocatively and productively beyond a singular discipline or nation." -Alice Te Punga Somerville, Victoria University of Wellington

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