Sunday, 8 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., 305, WSCC
Program arranged by the Association for the Study of American Indian Literatures
Presiding: Ryan Winn, Coll. of Menominee Nation, WI
1. "Pow-Wowing the Stage: Hanay Geiogamah's Subversive Comedy,"
John Wharton Lowe,
Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge
2. "Survivance in Diane Glancy's The Woman Who Was a Red Deer Dressed for the Deer Dance,"
James K. Ruppert,
Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks
3. "The Indigenous Female Speaker: Monologue Form in Contemporary Native American Drama,"
4. "'Frybread Is a Fabricated Identifier': Colonization, Historical Trauma, and Healing in The Frybread Queen,"
Patrice E. M. Hollrah,
Univ. of Nevada, Las Vegas
Genre, Theory, Method – Drama
American Literature – General
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