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Submissions from 2019

Captivity Narratives, Billy J. Stratton

Reading Steinbeck, Reading California: Tracing the Development of Louis Owens’ Post-Indian Aesthetics, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2017

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Red Pens, White Paper: Wider Implications of Coulthard’s Call to Sovereignty, Brian Burkhart, David J. Carlson, Billy J. Stratton, Theodore C. Van Alst, and Carol Edelman Warrior

"Nothing More Than the Chance of Remembrance" : Gerald Vizenor and the Motion of Natural Reason in the Presence of War, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2016

The Fictions of Stephen Graham Jones: A Critical Companion, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2015

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“Carried in the Arms of Standing Waves”: The Transmotional Aesthetics of Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Billy J. Stratton

Reading Through Peoplehood: Toward a Culturally Responsive Approach to Native American Literary Discourse, Billy J. Stratton

"You Have Liberty to Return to Your Own Country": Tecumseh, Myth, and the Rhetoric of Native Sovereignty, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2014

"Everything depends on reaching the coast": Inscriptions of Placelessness in John Hillcoat's Adaptation of The Road, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2013

"A Reservation Hero is a Hero Forever": Basketball, Irony, and Humor in the Novels of James Welch, Sherman Alexie, and Stephen Graham Jones, Billy J. Stratton

Buried in Shades of Night: Contested Voices, Indian Captivity, and the Legacy of King Philip's War, Billy J. Stratton

Towards a Heteroholistic Approach to Native American Literature, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2012

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Deterritorialization, Pure War, and the Consequences of Indian Captivity in Transnational Colonial Discourse, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2011

Alone on the Colorado: Glen Canyon, Edward Abbey, and the Origins of Radical Environmentalism, Billy J. Stratton

"El brujo es un coyote": Taxonomies of Trauma in Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian, Billy J. Stratton

Submissions from 2008

The Poetics of Decolonization: Linguistic Subversion in the Work of Laura Tohe, Billy J. Stratton

The Peoplehood Matrix: A New Theory of American Indian Literature, Billy J. Stratton and Frances Washburn