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Red Dreams, White Nightmares: Pan-Indian Alliances in the Anglo-American Mind, 1763-1815

Steven Brent Sexton
Review of Robert M. Owens. Red Dreams, White Nightmares: Pan-Indian Alliances in the Anglo-American Mind, 1763-1815. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2015. 243 pp.

Letter to a Just-Starting-Out Indian Writer—and Maybe to Myself

Stephen Graham Jones
SGJ's Keynote address at NALS 2015

TOTEM: A Subjective and Creative Interpretation of Gerald Vizenor’s Trickery

Diane Glancy
A subjective and creative interpretation of Gerald Vizenor's trickery.

Raised by Humans (Deborah Miranda)

Loretta McCormick
Book review

REVIEW ESSAY: On Idle No More

Angela Semple
A Review Essay on: The Winter We Danced-The Kino-nda-niimi Collective #IDLENOMORE and the Remaking of Canada-Ken Coates Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront the Canadian State-Yale D. Belanger and P. Whitney Lackenbauer

Indigenous Perspectives of North America (Eniko Sepsi, Judit Nagy, Miklos Vassanyi and Janos Kenyeres, eds)

Susan Castillo
Book review of Eniko Sepsi et al eds. Indigenous Perspectives of North America

Bawaajimo: A Dialect of Dreams in Anishinaabe Language and Literature (Margaret Noodin)

Lawrence Gross
Book review of Margaret Noodin's Bawaajimo

Secwépemc People, Land, and Laws: Yerí7 re Stsq'ey's-kucw (Marianne Ignace and Ronald E. Ignace)

Victoria Sear
Transmotion, Vol 5 No 1 (2019): Native American Narratives in a Global Context - guest edited by Eman Ghanayem and Rebecca Macklin

Split Tooth (Tanya Tagaq)

Laura Beard
Transmotion, Vol 5 No 1 (2019): Native American Narratives in a Global Context - guest edited by Eman Ghanayem and Rebecca Macklin

Indigenous Activism, Community Sustainability, and the Constraints of CANZUS Settler-Colonial Nationhood.

Paul R McKenzie-Jones
In Mohawk Interruptus, Audra Simpson describes the process of settler-colonial nationhood as incomplete because of the continued presence of Indigenous peoples who will “defend what they have left” and “persist, robustly.” Within that framework, this paper will look at how Indigenous environmental and sustainability activism in the Anglo-settler CANZUS states restricts and impedes the processes of absolute settler-nationhood. Using four case studies to provide an analytical focal point, I will interrogate the overtly paramilitary state-sanctioned...

It Consumes What It Forgets

Carter Meland
This essay offers a reflection on what the wiindigoo is in Anishinaabe thought and experience, exploring it's cannibalistic impulses particularly as a presence in educational institutions and the contemporary fossil fuel economy. It explores this presence in the northwoods of the Anishinaabe homelands and as a presence in the experience of the author's family life. It explores the ramifications of forgetting one is a human and what sort of compassion it takes to face this...

Red Pens, White Paper: Wider Implications of Coulthard’s Call to Sovereignty

Brian Burkhart, David J. Carlson, Billy J. Stratton, Theodore C. Van Alst & Carol Edelman Warrior
Transcript of a roundtable conversation focused on Glen Coulthard's book Red Skins, White Masks.

Native Pop: Bunky Echo-Hawk and Steven Paul Judd Subvert Star Wars

Olena McLaughlin
Multiple Native American artists work in the genre of pop art as it holds an anticapitalist position and lends itself well to reaching a wider audience in a language familiar to many. This paper explores works of two contemporary Indigenous artists, Bunky Echo-Hawk (Pawnee/Yakama) and Steven Paul Judd (Kiowa/Choctaw), who are expanding the genre of Native pop art. In their works If Yoda Was an Indian and Hopi Princess Leia, they appropriate iconic images of...

Editorial statement: Old Meets New, or Arting

Theodore C. Van Alst
Transmotion, Vol 3 No 2 (2017)

Consuming, Incarcerating, and “Transmoting” Misery: Border Practice in Vizenor’s Bearheart and Jones’s The Fast Red Road

Cathy Covell Waegner
Drawing on Gerald Vizenor's complex notion of "transmotion" and concepts from carceral theory, an intertextual reading of two rich, initial novels by first and second-generation postmodern Native writers, namely Gerald Vizenor's seminal Bearheart: The Heirship Chronicles (1990; first published in 1978 as Darkness in Saint Louis Bearheart) and Stehen Graham Jones's The Fast Red Road: A Plainsong (2000), reveals both systemic miseries and strategies for combatting them. In the two novels, brutal imagery and experience...

Review of The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America

James Mackay
Transmotion, Vol 3 No 1 (2017): Indigenous Gaming - guest edited by Elizabeth LaPensée

Native Women and Land: Narratives of Dispossession and Resurgence

Lee Schweninger
Transmotion, Vol 2 No 1&2 (2016): Double Issue with Contemporary Art Section guest curated by Andrea Carlson

Weweni

Linda LeGarde Grover
Review of Noodin, Margaret. Weweni. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2015. 98 pages. http://www.wsupress.wayne.edu/books/detail/weweni

Howling for Justice: New Perspectives on Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead (Rebecca Tillett, ed.)

Theresa Warburton
Review of Howling for Justice: New Perspectives on Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead edited by Rebecca Tillett

Wakpa Wanagi, Ghost River (Trevino Brings Plenty)

Karen M. Poremski
Review of Trevino Brings Plenty's book of poetry, Wakpa Wanagi, Ghost River.

Global Indios: The Indigenous Struggle for Justice in Sixteenth-Century Spain (Nancy E. van Deusen)

Silvia Martínez-Falquina
Book review of Nancy van Deusen's Global Indios

REVIEW ESSAY: The Song Maps of Craig Santos Perez

Michael Lujan Bevacqua
Transmotion, Vol 1 No 1 (2015)

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