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Ambiguity Madsen, Deborah Lea 2019
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L'avenir de l'écoféminisme dépend de son impact Madsen, Deborah Lea 2019
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Leslie Marmon Silko Madsen, Deborah Lea 2018
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“Like oil and water”: extractive industry, water rights, and aesthetic activism in native american interactive digital narrative Madsen, Deborah Lea 2018
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“'Communitism' in Aktion: Indigene Gemeinschaft, dekolonialer Aktivismus und Videospiel-Narrativ in Kisima Ingitchuna (Never Alone)” trans. Andreas Fliedner Madsen, Deborah Lea 2018
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Playing with Form: Elizabeth La Pensée's Indigenously-Determined Video-Games Madsen, Deborah Lea 2018
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“Stolen from our Bodies”: Biocolonialism and Native North American Two-Spirit Identities Madsen, Deborah Lea 2018
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The Mechanics of Survivance in Indigenously-Determined Video-Games: Invaders and Never Alone Madsen, Deborah Lea 2017
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Captivity without Redemption: Pynchon's Allegories of Empire in Mason & Dixon Madsen, Deborah Lea 2016
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Discontinuous Narrative, Ojibwe Sovereignty, and the Wiindigoo Logic of Settler Colonialism: Louise Erdrich's Marn Wolde Madsen, Deborah Lea 2016
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Writing American Studies? Madsen, Deborah Lea 2016
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“Anti-imperial Translation”: Silko, Freud, and the Voicing of Disavowed Histories Madsen, Deborah Lea 2016
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The Sovereignty of Transmotion in a State of Exception: Lessons from the Internment of ‘Praying Indians’ on Deer Island, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1675-1676 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2015
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Introduction: The Indigenous Contexts of “Native.” “American.” “Literature.” Madsen, Deborah Lea 2015
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The Routledge Companion to Native American Literature Madsen, Deborah Lea 2015
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[Review of :] Those Who Belong: Identity, Family, Blood and Citizenship among the White Earth Anishinaabeg / Jill Doerfler. East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 2015 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2015
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[Review of:] Contemporary Chicana Literature: (Re)Writing the Maternal Script / Cristina Herrera. Amherst NY : Cambria Press, 2014 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2015
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The Rhetoric of Double Allegiance: Imagined Communities in North American Diasporic Chinese Literatures Madsen, Deborah Lea 2013
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Preface: Tragic Wisdom and Survivance Madsen, Deborah Lea 2013
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Human Exceptionalism: Vizenor's Autogrammatological Critique of Ecologocentrism Madsen, Deborah Lea 2013
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Alterity Madsen, Deborah Lea 2012
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The Making of (Native) Americans: Suturing and Citizenship in the Scene of Education Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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Queering Cultural China: Performing Nation through the Feminine Body Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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Hybridity, Hyphenation and Mixed-Race Identities Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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Louise Erdrich: The Aesthetics of Mino bimaadiziwin Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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[Review of:] Postcolonial asylum: seeking sanctuary before the law / David Farrier. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2011 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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Out of the Melting Pot, Into the Nationalist Fires: Native American Literary Studies in Europe Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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Witch-hunting: American Exceptionalism and Global Terrorism Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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Louise Erdrich: Tracks, The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse, The Plague of Doves Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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[Review of:] Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak : In Other Words / Ray Sangeeta. Chichester : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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[Review of:] Migration Literature and Hybridity: The Different Speeds of Transcultural Change / Sten Pultz Moslund. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2011
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From Colony to Republic: Building the American Nation Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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The West and Manifest Destiny Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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Un-American Exceptionalism in the Disciplinary Field: from Unmeltable Ethnics to Flexible Citizens Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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American Allegory to 1900 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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Teaching Trauma: (Neo-)Slave Narratives and Cultural (Re-)Memory Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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[Review of :] Law as Resistance: Modernism, Imperialism, Legalism / Peter Fitzpatrick. Burlington VT : Ashgate, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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Native Authenticity: Transnational Perspectives on Native American Literary Studies Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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[Review of:] Father Meme: a novel / Gerald Vizenor. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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[Review of:] Popular Feminist Fiction as American Allegory: Representing National Time / Jane Elliott. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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'The Exception that Proves the Rule'?: National Fear, Racial Loathing, Chinese Writing in "UnAustralia" Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Travels in the Body: Technologies of Waste in the Chinese Diaspora Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Discourses of Frontier Violence and the Trauma of National Emergence: Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove Quartet Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Trickster Narratives of the New World: Erdrich, Dorris, Columbus Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Orientalism and its Stereotypes. [Review of:] Chinese in Australian Literature, 1888-1988 / by Ouyang Yu Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Understanding Gerald Vizenor (Understanding Contemporary American Literature) Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Diasporic Histories: Cultural Archives of Chinese Transnationalism Madsen, Deborah Lea; Riemenschnitter, Andrea 2009
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[Review of :] World Writing: Poetics, Ethics, Globalization / ed. Mary Gallagher. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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[Review of:] Autobiography and Decolonization: Modernity, Masculinity, and the Nation-State / by Philip Holden. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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[Review of:] Voices from Haskell: Indian Students Between Two Worlds, 1884-1928 / by Myriam Vučković. Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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