Subversive Storytelling: Indigenous Textuality in the Texas Archive

Lisa Schilz

University of California Santa Cruz

Lisa Schilz is a Lecturer in the Writing Program at UC Santa Cruz. She currently teaches courses on rhetoric, race, and power. Her PhD is in comparative American literatures, where she unearths and unpacks the entanglement of Native American, proto-Latino/a and German immigrant literary traditions. 

Abstract

Subversive Storytelling: Indigenous Textuality in the Texas ArchiveOn January 19, 1788, a Comanche identified only as Andrés quietly slips into the Spanish archival record, as Governor of Spanish-controlled Texas, Raphael... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Lisa Schilz (University of California Santa Cruz)

Topic Area

Indigenous Textualities: Native Americans, Writing, and Representation

Session

S1 » Seminar 1: Indigenous Textualities: Native Americans, Writing, and Representation (08:00 - Thursday, 22nd March, Boardroom East)

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