Hybrid Course Sharing in Native American Studies

Caroline Woidat

SUNY Geneseo

Caroline Woidat is Professor of English at SUNY Geneseo, where she teaches courses in American and Native American literature and studies, and is coordinator and co-founder of the Native American Studies program. She has published articles studying representations of Native Americans in Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, Twentieth-Century Literature, and The Journal of American Culture. Her edition of works by nineteenth-century American author Elizabeth Oakes Smith, The Western Captive and Other Indian Stories, was published by Broadview Press in 2015.


The field of indigenous studies depends upon creative approaches to institutional challenges including limited resources, faculty, and enrollment. Four campuses in the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges, supported by a... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Caroline Woidat (SUNY Geneseo)

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Indigenous Textualities: Native Americans, Writing, and Representation


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

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