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Contributor Biographies debra k. s. barker, an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Nation, is an associate professor of English and American Indian studies at the University of Wisconsin­Eau Claire, where she teaches introductory and advanced courses in American Indian literatures. She has served as Chair of the American Indian Studies Committee and Co-Director of the American Indian Studies Program. Her publications include articles on the boarding school system, American Indian biographies, American Indian grave desecration and the commodification of native art, as well as articles on Louise Erdrich and John Steinbeck. ginny carney (Cherokee), a native of East Tennessee, holds a PhD in English from the University of Kentucky. She is a past president of ASAIL, an Executive of MLA's Division of American Indian Literatures, and a member of MLA's Committee on Community Colleges. She is currently chair of the Arts and Humanities Division of Leech Lake Tribal College in Northern Minnesota. She has published essays and short stories in several anthologies and journals. Her book, A Testament to Tenacity: Cultural Persistence in the Letters and Speeches of Eastern Cherokee Women, is forthcoming from the University of Tennessee Press. ron carpenter received his BA in English from the University http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in American Indian Literatures uni_neb

Contributor Biographies

Studies in American Indian Literatures , Volume 16 (3) – Nov 8, 2004

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University of Nebraska Press
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1548-9590
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Abstract

debra k. s. barker, an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Nation, is an associate professor of English and American Indian studies at the University of Wisconsin­Eau Claire, where she teaches introductory and advanced courses in American Indian literatures. She has served as Chair of the American Indian Studies Committee and Co-Director of the American Indian Studies Program. Her publications include articles on the boarding school system, American Indian biographies, American Indian grave desecration and the commodification of native art, as well as articles on Louise Erdrich and John Steinbeck. ginny carney (Cherokee), a native of East Tennessee, holds a PhD in English from the University of Kentucky. She is a past president of ASAIL, an Executive of MLA's Division of American Indian Literatures, and a member of MLA's Committee on Community Colleges. She is currently chair of the Arts and Humanities Division of Leech Lake Tribal College in Northern Minnesota. She has published essays and short stories in several anthologies and journals. Her book, A Testament to Tenacity: Cultural Persistence in the Letters and Speeches of Eastern Cherokee Women, is forthcoming from the University of Tennessee Press. ron carpenter received his BA in English from the University

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Published: Nov 8, 2004

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