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The Queerness of Native American Literature$
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Lisa Tatonetti

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780816692781

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: August 2015

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816692781.001.0001

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Indigenous Assemblage and Queer Diasporas in the Work of Janice Gould

Indigenous Assemblage and Queer Diasporas in the Work of Janice Gould

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(p.144) Chapter 5 Indigenous Assemblage and Queer Diasporas in the Work of Janice Gould
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The Queerness of Native American Literature
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Lisa Tatonetti

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University of Minnesota Press
DOI:10.5749/minnesota/9780816692781.003.0005

This chapter studies Koyoonk’auwi Maidu writer Janice Gould’s three poetry collections—Beneath My Heart, Earthquake Weather, and Doubters and Dreamers—to consider how Gould’s writing moves toward a queer Indigenous methodology called “Indigenous assemblage.” It demonstrates that Gould both claims and disavows genealogies of racial descent, filiation, and biological traceablity. Gould locates identity in affective affiliation to Koyoonk’auwi territory while still recognizing the inadequacies of herself and her mother’s relationship to Koyoonk’auwi cultural knowledge.

Keywords:   Janice Gould, Beneath My Heart, Earthquake Weather, Doubters and Dreamers, Indigenous assemblage, Koyoonk’auwi territory, Koyoonk’auwi cultural knowledge, Koyoonk’auwi Maidu

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