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Volume 26, Number 2, Summer 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Tribalography

Guest Editor: Joseph Bauerkemper

From the Editor

p. vii


Introduction: Assessing and Advancing Tribalography

pp. 3-12

Expanding Tribal Identities and Sovereignty through LeAnne Howe’s “Tribalography”

pp. 13-25

Talking Tribalography: LeAnne Howe Models Emerging Worldliness in “The Story of America” and Miko Kings

pp. 26-39

“The Lord and the Center of the Farthest”: Ezol’s Journal as Tribalography in LeAnne Howe’s Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story

pp. 40-54

Tribal 2.0: Digital Natives, Political Players, and the Power of Stories

pp. 55-64

Making It Work: A Model of Tribalography as Methodology

pp. 65-74

Embodied Tribalography: Mound Building, Ball Games, and Native Endurance in the Southeast

pp. 75-93

Book Reviews

Once Were Pacific: Māori Connections to Oceania by Alice Te Punga Somerville (review)

pp. 94-97

If I Ever Get Out of Here by Eric Gansworth (review)

pp. 98-101

Chair of Tears by Gerald Vizenor (review)

pp. 101-104

Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars’ Club by Christopher B. Teuton (review)

pp. 104-106

The Erotics of Sovereignty: Queer Native Writing in the Era of Self-Determination by Mark Rifkin (review)

pp. 106-110

Contributor Biographies

pp. 111-113