In this lecture, Chadwick Allen will discuss how Native writers and artists engage ancient earthworks in contemporary productions. The lecture, to be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 7:00 pm in Kane Hall 210, is free and open to all. Read a brief description of the Lecture.
This research guide includes resources published by Chadwick Allen and related research. All resources are available through the UW Libraries. Everyone is welcome to visit a UW Library in person to access these resources. UW students, faculty, and staff may access online resources from off campus using their UW Net ID.
The following readings have been recommended by Chadwick Allen for those who would like to learn more about the subject of his lecture.
The UW Libraries offers Research Guides to help you to get started with research. These research guides will include library resources relevant to research related to Chadwick Allen's lecture. You are encouraged to contact the librarians for Art and American Indian Studies for help with your research.
The Society of American Indians and Its Legacies
Edited by Chadwick Allen and Beth H. Piatote
Special combined issue of Studies in American Indian Literatures vol.25 n.2 and American Indian Quarterly vol.37 n.3 (Summer 2013).
Available online in UW Libraries databases
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