Wednesday, 29 December
522. Indigenous Encounters as Sites of Ethnic (Re)Production
3:30–4:45 p.m., 202-B, Convention Center
Program arranged by the Committee on the Literatures of People of Color in the United States and Canada
Presiding: Malea D. Powell, Michigan State Univ.
1. “National Rhetorics and Tribal Nations: A Case Study of Franklin and Jefferson,” Penelope M. Kelsey, Rochester Inst. of Tech.
2. “Refiguring Indian Blood through Poetry, Photography, and Performance Art,” Elizabeth Archuleta, Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque
3. “‘Kanohi ki te kanohi’: Indigenous People Encounter Each Other for a Change,” Alice Te Punga Somerville, Cornell Univ.
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