aya aya niihkaania! Aya aya all my SAIL friends and relatives. This issue of SAIL marks our thirtieth anniversary of publication--a tremendous testimony to all of us who participate in the field of American Indian writing and literary studies. While this journal began in the hearts and minds of those who created the Association for the Study of American Indian Literatures and the Division on American Indian Literatures at the Modern Language Association, it has been sustained by generations of scholars, writers, and teachers who see the study of Native writing, music, art, film, and performance as significant to all academic endeavors and, more importantly, as central to understanding the creative, intellectual forces that are integral to the lives of millions of Indigenous peoples who claim the American continent as "home." The writings selected for this thirtieth anniversary issue are diverse because our field is increasingly diverse. This issue includes critical essays, poems, a short story, and a special section of revised conference papers written by established scholars and writers as well as "new" and upcoming scholars and writers. This spectrum of creation to critique across the generations has wrought this fields into a community; that community has
Studies in American Indian Literatures – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Apr 4, 2008
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