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ENG 335 - Native American Literature

Course Description: In this course, students will be introduced to works by Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Kiowa, Cree, Lakota, Navaho, Coeur d’Alene, etc., writers. The class will discuss what it means to be labeled Native American, Indian, or Aborigine. T

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Use URSUS Library catalog and search American literature Indian authors.

Want more? Go to the URSUS Library Catalog and search for Sherman Alexie.

Want more? Go to the URSUS Library Catalog and search for N. Scott Momaday.

Want more? Go to the URSUS Library Catalog and search for John G. Neihardt.

Want more? Go to the URSUS Library Catalog and search for Linda Hogan.
Be careful - there is another Linda Hogan who writes about human rights and religious topics.

Want more on Paula Gunn Allen? Go to the URSUS Library Catalog and search for Paula Gunn Allen.

Also, check out these authors:

William Apess Ernestine Hayes Louis Owens
Joseph Bruchac Stephen Graham Jones Pretty-Shield
Lisa Charleyboy Winona LaDuke Suzanne S. Rancourt
Vine Deloria Mary Beth Leatherdale Cheryl Savageau
Debra Magpie Earling Joseph Marshall Leslie Marmon Silko
Charles Eastman D'Arcy McNickle David Treuer
Louise Erdrich Duane Niatum Gerald Robert Vizenor
Diane Glancy S. D. Nelson James Welch
Janet Campbell Hale Tommy Orange Jesmyn Ward
Joy Harjo Simon J. Ortiz Zitkala-Ša

 

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