Senior Project Advisor
Brian J. Bowe
Indigenous Literature, First Nations Literature, Literature, Poetry, Storytelling, Culture, Modernism, Postmodernism, canon, Reading List, Podcast
This project is conducted with intention of exploring the sociocultural implications of a decentralized canon. Designed with Indigenous authors and storytellers in mind, this project perceives the way that literature and storytelling are improved by abandoning the universalized and Eurocentric literary canon and replacing it with complex and unique personal cultural contexts. As part of the overarching podcast project, this document looks to lay out a reading list that represents and enforces the power of recontextualized literature.
Hickey, Xavier, "Recontextaulizing Literature: A Podcast Project Dedicated to Celebrating and Broadcasting the Voices of Indigenous Authors and Storytellers" (2021). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 430.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Indigenous authors; Indians of North America; Canon (Art)
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