Table of contents — Femspec 2.2, Vol 2, Issue 2, 2001

The Abstracts 2.2

EDITORIAL REMARKS:

BATYA WEINBAUM, “Native Issue: Editor’s Notes” 1

CANDRA CRUZ, “Native Issue: Introductory Overview”

CRITICISM:

MARGARA AVERBACH, “Technology, ‘Magic,’ and Resistance in Native American Women’s Writing” 7

SANDRA BARINGER, “The Terror of the Liminal: Silko’s Almanac and Klein’s Phantasy Paradigm17

ROSEANNE HOEFEL, “Narrative Choreography toward a New Cosmogony: The Medicine Way in Linda Hogan’s Novel Solar Storms33

ROBERT GISH, “Voices from Bear Country: Leslie Silko’s Allegories of Creation48

ELAINE KLEINER and ANGELA VLAICU, “Revisioning Woman in America: A Study of Louise Erdrich’s Novel The Antelope Wife56

TOM MATCHIE, “Fighting the Windigo: Winona LaDuke’s Peculiar Postcolonial Posture in Last Standing Woman66

DELILAH ORR, “Bear, Mountain Lion, Deer, and Yellow Woman in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony73

POETRY:


SARA LITTLECROW-RUSSELL, “Indian Tears”  87

“Those Indians Sure Are Crafty” 88

FICTION:

JANET MCADAMS, “Plaza Bocanegra” 89

DAWN KARIMA PETTIGREW, “Manna Raptured” 92

STEPHANIE SELLERS, “Father Coyote” 95

REVIEW:

KAILA SCHWARTZ, “Elements of Trickster in the Children’s Books of Louise Erdrich” 98

SUZANNE ZAHRT MURPHY, “Dream Poet: Marijo Moore” 105

ANNIS VILAS PRATT, “Review of Life Is a Fatal Disease

ART:

KAT BALL, “Stink of the Future” 115

AMERICA MEREDITH, KELLY JEAN CHURCH, ALLISON FRANCISCO, “Art from the ‘Three Sisters’ Show, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 1999” 117

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