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Studies in American Indian Literatures
Edited by Chadwick Allen

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ISSN  0730-3238






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Studies in American Indian Literatures (SAIL) is the only journal in the United States that focuses exclusively on American Indian literatures. With a wide scope of scholars and creative contributors, this journal is on the cutting edge of activity in the field. SAIL invites the submission of scholarly, critical pedagogical, and theoretical manuscripts focused on any aspect of American Indian literatures as well as the submission of bibliographical essays, review essays, and interviews. SAIL defines "literatures" broadly to include all written, spoken, and visual texts created by Native peoples.

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Contents
Special Issue: Tribalography
Guest Editor: Joseph Bauerkemper

From the Editor

Articles
Introduction: Assessing and Advancing Tribalography
Joseph Bauerkemper

Expanding Tribal Identities and Sovereignty through LeAnne Howe's "Tribalography"
Channette Romero

Talking Tribalography: LeAnne Howe Models Emerging Worldlines in "The Story of America" and Miko Kings
Carter Meland

"The Lord and the Center of the Farthest": Ezol's Journal as Tribalography in LeAnne Howe's Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story
Patrice Hollrah

Tribal 2.0: Digital Natives, Political Players, and the Power of Stories
Jodi A. Byrd

Making It Work: A Model of Tribalography as Methodology
Jill Doerfler

Embodied Tribalography: Mound Building, Ball Games, and Native Endurance in the Southeast
LeAnne Howe

Book Reviews
Alice Te Punga Somerville. Once Were Pacific: Maori Connections to Oceania
Brendan Hokowhitu

Eric Gansworth. If I Ever Get Out of Here
Anne Jansen

Gerald Vizenor. Chair of Tears
Deborah L. Madsen

Christopher B. Teuton. Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars' Club
Jace Weaver

Mark Rifkin. The Erotics of Sovereignty: Queer Native Writing in the Era of Self-Determination
Melanie K. Yazzie

Contributor Biographies

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