Indian Territory Print Culture

Kathryn Walkiewicz

University of California San Diego

Kathryn Walkiewicz is an assistant professor of nineteenth-century literature and culture at the University of California San Diego. She co-edited the anthology The People Who Stayed: Southeastern Indian Writing After Removal with Geary Hobson and Janet McAdams (University of Oklahoma Press, 2010). Her current book project, tentatively titled Un-tied States: Nineteenth-Century Narratives of Indigeneity and Territory, interrogates the relationship between statehood, territoriality, and Indigenous sovereignty.

Abstract

Kathryn Walkiewicz argues that when the US federal government attempted to wrest political control of Indian Territory away from its Native inhabitants at the end of the nineteenth-century, they were met with opposition from... [ view full abstract ]

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  1. Kathryn Walkiewicz (University of California San Diego)

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P13 » Languages, Nations, Archives (10:15 - Thursday, 22nd March, Enchantment F)

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