"The weighty essays in Bataille's latest compilation will more than adequately engage the attention of anyone involved with Native American studies. . . . A critically discerning collection that is sure to be resourceful for many years."—Choice
“This important collection brings together in one volume the current theoretical thinking, literary analysis, and ethnopoetic practices of eleven different contemporary scholars of Native American literature, culture, and verbal art. . . . This volume sets the question of representation in an ethnopoetics context that focuses on the textual dynamics of works by and about Native verbal arts and cultures, providing rich avenues for exploring issues of postcoloniality, Native identities, subversive textual strategies, and productive intercultural efforts at collaboration.”—Maureen Salzer, North Dakota Quarterly
(Maureen Salzer North Dakota Quarterly
--This text refers to the Hardcover
About the Author
Colin Burgess is a customer service manager with Qantas Airlines and the author of a number of books on space flight, including Oceans to Orbit: The Story of Australia's First Man in Space, Dr. Paul Scully-Power. He lives in New South Wales, Australia. Grace George Corrigan makes her home in Framingham, Massachusetts. She continues to speak publicly to perpetuate Christa McAuliffe's commitment to American education.