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Million, Dian. "Felt Theory: An Indigenous Feminist Approach to Affect and History,” Wicazo Sa Review, v24 n9, Fall
2009.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Feminism and Feminist Theory, History

Million, Dian. "Intense Dreaming: Theories, Narratives and Our Search for Home,” in Special Issue, ed. Jace Weaver, The American Indian Quarterly, Peer reviewed, 20 pages, v35, n.3, Summer 2011.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American

Million, Dian. "Telling Secrets: Sex, Power and Narratives in Indian Residential School Histories”, Canadian Woman Studies/Les Cahiers de la femme: National Identity and Gender Politics, Peer-reviewed, v20, n2,
Summer 2000, 12 pages.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Feminism and Feminist Theory, History, Education, Sexuality

Million, Dian. "Trauma, Power, and the Therapeutic: Speaking Psychotherapeutic Narratives in an Era of Indigenous Human Rights,” in Reconciling Canada: Historical Injustices and the Contemporary Culture of Redress, Pauline Wakeham and Jennifer Henderson, Eds, University of Toronto Press, 2013

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Human Rights, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Violence and Trauma

Million, Dian. “Felt Theory,” American Quarterly, Summer Issue, June 2008.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Feminism and Feminist Theory, History

Million, Dian. “Policing the Rez: Keeping No Peace in Indian Country,” Social Justice, v27, n3, 2000, 18 pages

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Surveillance and Privacy

Teuton, Christopher B. “Conceptualizing American Indian Literary Theory Today,” 30th Anniversary Special Edition of SAIL: Studies in American Indian Literature, University of Nebraska Press, Volume 19, Number 4, Winter 2007. 175-183.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Literary Criticism, Theory/Criticism

Teuton, Christopher B. “Indigenous Textuality Studies and Cherokee Traditionalism: Notes Toward a Gagoga Rhetoric,” Textual Cultures, Indiana University Press, Volume 6, Number 2 (2011): 133-141.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Textual Studies, Cherokee Nation

Teuton, Christopher B. “Interpreting Our World: Authority and the Written Word in Robert J. Conley’s Real People Series,” Mfs: Modern Fiction Studies, Johns Hopkins University Press, Volume 53,
Number 3. 544-568.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction

Teuton, Christopher B. “The Cycle of Removal and Return: A Symbolic Geography of Indigenous Literature.” Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Special Issue: What We Do, What We Are:
Responsible, Ethical, and Indigenous-Centered Literary Criticisms. 29.1 & 2 (2009): 45-
64.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Literature

Teuton, Christopher B. “Theorizing American Indian Literature: Applying Oral Concepts to Written Traditions.” In Reasoning Together: the Native Critics Collective, Co-edited by Dr. Daniel Justice, Dr. Christopher B. Teuton, and Dr. Craig Womack. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. 193-215.

Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Oral History, Literature

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