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Siobhan Senier


Siobhan Senier (University of New Hampshire):
"Traditionally, Disability Was Not Seen as Such”: Writing and Healing in the Work of Mohegan Medicine People

Siobhan Senier is Associate Professor of English at the University of New Hampshire, where her teaching and research interests include Native American Literature, Disability Studies, Sustainability Studies, and Digital Humanities. Her publications include Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance (2001), as well as essays in American Literature, New England Quarterly, American Indian Quarterly, Studies in American Indian Literatures, and Disability Studies Quarterly.  Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Writing from Indigenous New England, a collection she authored with a dozen regional Native writers and historians, is forthcoming from the University of Nebraska Press.  You can visit her blog at indiginewenglandlit.wordpress.com.

This talk is part of Native Studies/Disability Studies: Conversations, a speaker series funded by the National Center for Institutional Diversity.

Start Time: 4/1/2013  2.30 PM
Location: Angell Hall 3222
Contact: petra@umich.edu
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