Hanitchak Lecture Series: Sean Kicummah Teton on "The Roots of Red Power: Nineteenth-Century Indigenous Literary Internationalism"

The Native American Cultural Center and the American Indian Staff Forum of Stanford University present the Pam Hanitchak Lecture Series with Sean Kicummah Teuton who will speak on the topic "The Roots of Red Power: Nineteenth-Century Indigenous Literary Internationalism."  Lunch will be provided.

Sean Kicummah Teuton is an external faculty fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center and an associate professor of English and the former director of the American Indian Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Since receiving his PhD from Cornell University in 2002, he has taught Native American literature at all levels and in introductory lectures with over 350 students.  He has published in several anthologies and in various journals such as American Literary History, American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Wicazo Sa, and American Indian Quarterly.  He is the author of Red Land, Red Power: Grounding Knowledge in the American Indian Novel (Duke 2008), and the co-author of Reasoning Together (Oklahoma 2008), which recently won an award as a “Most Influential Book in Native American and Indigenous Studies in the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century.”  This year he is at work on a new book, entitled Cities of Refuge: Indigenous Cosmopolitan Writers and the International Imaginary.  Teuton is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma.   

 

When:
Wednesday, October 24, 2012. 12:00 PM.
Approximate duration of 1.25 hour(s).
Where:
Native American Cultural Center, Clubhouse Ground Floor, 524 Lasuen Mall (Map)
Audience:
General Public
Faculty/Staff
Students
Alumni/Friends
Tags:
Lecture / Reading
Humanities
Sponsor:
American Indian Staff Forum of Stanford University
Contact:
725-6946
denni@stanford.edu
Admission:

Event is free and open to the public.

Tags:
lecture, humanities
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