Second Renaissance in Native American Literature

In just two days Whitewater’s own professors Alexis Piper and Rossitza Ivanova will speak about Native American literature in their presentation From Early Orators to Today’s Second Renaissance in Native American Literature: Using Language to Re-Make, Resist, Uplift, and Empower.

From Early Oragors to Today's Second Renaissance in Native American Literature: Uswing Language to Re-make, Resist, Uplift, and Empower poster

Thursday, March 25,2021 from 5 to 6 pm CST

This event is sponsored by the Native American Cultural Awareness Association (NACAA) student organization at UW-Whitewater

NACAA Webex room http://geturl.uww.edu/2c4

Here are few books from featured writers that the UW System libraries have:

  • American Indian Stories by Zitkala-Ša (1985) – Andersen Main Collection E99.Y25 Z57 1985 & Lenox Main Collection E98.F6 Z58 2003 
  • The Book of Medicines: Poems by Linda Hogan (1993) – Andersen Main Collection PS3558.O34726 B66 1993
  • From the Deep Woods to Civilization; Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian by Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa) (1916) – Andersen Library Main Collection E90 .E14 E14 1923
  • Heart Berries: A Memoir by Terese Marie Mailhot (2018) – borrow with UW Request
  • Indian Heroes and Great Chieftans by Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa) (1918) – Andersen Library Main Collection E89 .E13
  • Old Indian Days by Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa) (1991) – Lenox Library Main Collection PS3509.A748 O4 1991
  • The Removed, A Novel by Brandon Hobson (2021) – borrow with UW Request
  • Savings: Poems by Linda Hogan (1988) – Andersen Main Collection PS3558 .O34726 S28 1988 
  • Seeing Through the Sun by Linda Hogan (1985) – Andersen Main Collection PS3558 .O34726 S4 1985 
  • The Soul of the Indian: An Interpretation by Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa) (1980) –
  • Andersen Library Main Collection E98.R3 E15 1980
  • There There by Tommy Orange – borrow with UW Request
  • The Woman who Watches over the World: A Native Memoir by Linda Hogan (2001) – Lenox Main Collection  PS3558.O34726 Z47 2001

About Martha

Martha is a Reference & Instruction Librarian and the liaison to the Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Languages and Literatures, Mathematics, and Physics Departments
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