Faculty Publications: American Indian Studies – November 2021

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

Two entries from the American Indian Studies Program. One comes from a volume that highlights the experiences and narratives emerging from Indigenous mothers in the academy who are negotiating their roles in multiple contexts. The other is part of a collection of essays, conversations, and personal statements on art production and reception from the mid-twentieth century to the present considers the complex processes through which controversial art is dealt with and the questions at issue in related debates. 

Gregor, Theresa. “Kuhkwany Kuchemayo ‘Aaknach, An Iipay Mother’s/Teacher’s Story,” Indigenous Motherhood in the Academy, Eds. Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn, Christine A. Nelson, and Heather J. Shotton. (Rutgers University Press, August 2022)

Stone, Craig. “Re-Indigenizing Native Space in a University Context.” In and Out of View: Art and the Dynamics of Circulation, Suppression, and Censorship. Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2021.