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Studies in American Indian Literatures 19.2 (2007) 105

Contributor Biographies

Jennifer Andrews is an associate professor of English at University of New Brunswick and the coeditor of Studies in Canadian Literature.

Andie Diane Palmer is an associate professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alberta. Her book Maps of Experience: The Anchoring of Land to Story in Secwepemc Discourse was published by University of Toronto Press in 2005.

Tyra Twomey is ABD at Syracuse University, writing a dissertation about writers' acculturation into academic writing cultures, particularly their legitimate and illegitimate conventions for denoting and sharing authorial credit. Her pending degree is in composition and cultural rhetoric, with specializations in pedagogy, authorship, collaborative writing, and genre theory. She is currently editing a book project about academic integrity for the university and an anthology of fiction and poetry for an online literary journal.

Lisa J. Udel is an assistant professor of English at Illinois College. She received her master's degree from Indiana University and her doctorate from the University of Cincinnati. Her essay "Revision and Resistance: The Politics of Native Women's Motherwork" appeared in Gender through the Prism of Difference, published by Oxford University Press in 2006.

Roumiana Velikova has a JD from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and a PhD in English from SUNY at Buffalo. Her most recent work on ethnic American literature has appeared in Callaloo and volume 5 of Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage.



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