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Winter 2006-2007, 60:1

Special issue on American Indian Literatures and Cultures in the South
Guest Editors Ellen Arnold and William Joseph Thomas
Articles
  • "South to a Red Place: Contemporary American Indian Writing and the Problem of Native/Southern Studies," Eric Gary Anderson
  • "'Weaving an Epic Story': Ella Cara Deloria's Pageant for the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina, 1940-1941," Susan Gardner
  • "The Legend of Henry Berry Lowry: Strike at the Wind and the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina, " Christopher Arris Oakley
  • "A Conversation with Allison Adelle Hedge Coke," Ellen Arnold, Susan Gardner, Ursula Couch
  • "Indian Givers: Reterritorializing the South in Contemporary Native American Literature," Melanie R. Benson
  • "The Strange Case of Sequoyah Redivivus: Achievement, Personage, and Perplexity," Bryan Giemza
  • "Scary Stories: An Interview with Traditional Keetoowah/Cherokee Storyteller, Novelist, and Filmmaker Mr. Sequoyah Guess," Chris Teuton
  • "Before the South Became the South: Pre-Colonial and Colonial Geographies of Contact in Robert J. Conley's Cherokee Historical Novels," Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez
Review Essays
  • "'The Twenty-first-Century Southern Riff and Shout': A Community of Black Poets," Joan Wylie Hall
  • "Undermining Him with Guesses," William Bedford Clark
Book Reviews
  • Robbie Etheridge, Creek Country: The Creek Indians and Their World, and Jack B. Martin, Margaret McKane Mauldin, and Juanita McGirt, editors and translators, Totkv Mocvse/New Fire: Creek Folktales by Earnest Gouge, reviewed by James Taylor Carson
  • Milton Ready, The Tar Heel State: A History of North Carolina, reviewed by Michele Gillespie
  • Mikko Saikku, This Delta, This Land: An Environmental History of the Yazoo-Mississippi Floodplain, reviewed by Evan Peacock
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