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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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