Studies in American Indian Literatures welcomes book reviews in any book related to Indigenous literary studies. Below are a list of books we are currently looking to have reviewed, but we are open to other titles you might be interested in as well. To set up a review and obtain a review copy of the book in question, contact the Book Review Editorial Assistant, Jeremy Carnes (jcarnes@uwm.edu) and/or the Book Review Editor, Margaret Noodin (noodin@uwm.edu).

 

  • The River is In Us: Fighting Toxics in a Mohawk Community by Elizabeth Hoover
  • Recovering Native American Writings in the Boarding School Press edited by Jacqueline Emery
  • Legends of the Northern Paiute as told by Wilson Wewa, compiled and edited by James A. Gardner
  • Native Appropriations: Critical Perspectives on Hollywood’s Indians edited by Steve Pavlik, M. Elise Marubbio, and Tom Holm
  • White Birch, Red Hawthorne: A Memoir by Nora Murphy
  • Legible Sovereignties: Rhetoric, Representations, and Native American Museums by Lisa King
  • American Indians and the American Imaginary: Cultural Representation Across the Centuries by Pauline Turner Strong
  • Officially Indian: Symbols That Define the United States by Cécile R. Ganteaume
  • John Joseph Mathews: Life of an Osage Writer by Michael Snyder
  • Cherokee National Treasures: In The Own Words edited by Shawna Morton-Cain and Pamela Jumper Thurman
  • Eyewitness to the Fetterman Fight: Indian Views edited by John H. Monnett
  • Reservation Politics: Historical Trauma, Economical Development, and Intertribal Conflict by Raymond I. Orr
  • Crow Jesus: Personal Stories of Native Religious Belonging edited by Mark Chatterbuck
  • Webs of Kinship: Family in Northern Cheyenne Nationhood by Christina Gish Hill
  • Mayan Caciques in Early National Yucatan by Rajeshwari Dutt
  • Oracles: A Novel by Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel (novel)
  • The Olson Codex: Projective Verse and the Problem of Mayan Glyphs by Dennis Tedlock
  • America Unbound: Encyclopedic Literature and Hemispheric Studies by Antonia Barrenechea
  • Polygamy and the Rise and Demise of the Aztec Empire by Ross Hassig
  • Mayan Literacy Reinvention in Guatemala by Mary J. Holbrock
  • The Native South: New Histories and Enduring Legacies edited by Tim Alan Garrison and Greg O’Brien
  • Defining Metis: Catholic Missionaries and the Idea of Civilization in Northwestern Saskatchewan, 1845-1898 by Timothy P. Foran
  • From the Tundra to the Trenches by Eddy Weetaltuk
  • Chiapas Maya Awakening: Contemporary Poems and Short Stories edited by Sean S. Sell and Nicolas Huet Bautista
  • Black Carbon Milk by Joan Kane (poetry)
  • Peace Weavers: Uniting the Salish Coast through Cross-Cultural Marriages
  • The Woman Who Married a Bear by Tiffany Midge (poetry)
  • Meditations After the Bear Feast by Vaschenko and Smith
  • Dispatches from the Fort Apache Scout edited by John Welch
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