American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series
About The Series
Original manuscripts and reprints, including original novels, edited collections of short stories, imaginative interpretations of tribal myths, and the reexpression of traditional tribal stories in modern or urban situations. Original fiction includes contact and conflict themes, crossblood and urban tribal identities, and the mythic verism of tribal experiences and cultural encounters. Critical studies include a wide range of comparative and theoretical interpretations of American Indian authors and literatures, including trickster discourse, new interpretations of myths, critical studies of oral traditions, the problems of translation, critical biographical studies, and comparative studies of tribal literature and the literature of other cultures and nations.