The mainstream popularity of black culture today does not erase centuries of racial violence and oppression.
I teach at the University of California, Berkeley. My work has appeared in journals such as Novel: A Forum on Fiction, diacritics, and Comparative Literature.
"The Collective Rights of Literary Characters and Tribal Nations in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine"
MFS: Modern Fiction Studies | forthcoming
"Willa Cather's Rewriting of the Historical Novel in Death Comes for the Archbishop"
Novel: A Forum on Fiction | 2013 46:2
"Tribal Nations, Transnational Indigenous Movements, and D' Arcy McNickle"
Settler Colonial Studies | 2013 3:3-4
"The Uneven Development of the Bildungsroman: D'Arcy McNickle and Native American Modernity"
Comparative Literature | 2011 63:3