Wednesday, 29 December
401. Teaching through the Crossfire: Student Anger in the Native Literature Classroom
10:15–11:30 a.m., 203-A, Convention Center
Program arranged by the Division on American Indian Literatures
Presiding: Joanne R. DiNova, Port Lambton, ON
1. “Turning Student Anger into Dialogue in the Native American Literature Classroom,” Lori Lynn Burlingame, Eastern Michigan Univ.
2. “Native American Literature and Its Tribal College Reception,” Matthew D. Herman, Stone Child Coll.
3. “Classroom Anger: Prelude to Aggression or Pathway to Activism?” Virginia I. Carney, Leech Lake Tribal Coll., MN
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