Assistant Professor of English
Ph.D., Modern Thought and Literature, Stanford University
A.B., English Literature and Native American Studies, Dartmouth College
1 Sanborn House
Hanover, NH 03755
My specialization is in Native American literature and 20th century American literature. My research focuses on the examination of cultural geography in relation to Native women's writing. Broader interests include Race and Ethnic theory and Gender and Feminist studies.
English 67/NAS 30: Native Cultural Production: (Re)Mapping Race, Gender, and Nation
English 72/NAS 30: Native American Novels
English 45/NAS 35: Introduction to American Indian Literature
"(Re)Mapping Space in Native Cultural Production," in Moving Beyond Sovereignty, Race, and Citizenship: Theorizing Indigenous Autonomy in the 2 1st Century, Society for Cultural Anthropology, Spring 2004.
"Spatial Metaphors and American Indian Literary Criticism," Modern Language Association, San Diego, Winter 2003.
"A Map to the Next World: The Poetics of Joy Harold," Poetics Workshop, Stanford University Humanities Center, Mellon Foundation, Fall 2002.
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