Native American Literary Studies


Series Editor: Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez, Bradley University

Caterpillar Professor of English,

Twitter: @BrilldeRamirez;

The new Lexington Books Native American Literary Studies Series includes new and important scholarship with its focal center in Indigenous North America. The series presents innovative work in the areas of transnationalism, ecocriticism, linguistics, poetics, digital humanities, and innovative pedagogies, with a focus on important new work of interest to scholars and students of Native American literature and all North American literature. The volumes published in this series have broader interdisciplinary value to scholars and students in the fields of anthropology, environmental studies, digital humanities, innovative teaching, global cultural studies, and colonial and postcolonial studies, among others.

Advisory Board

  • Denise Cummings, Rollings University
  • James Mackay, European University of Cyprus
  • Margaret Noodin, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
  • Kathleen Washburn, University of New Mexico
  • Michael Wilson, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

For specific detail regarding the submission of proposals, see the Rowman&Littlefield link here. Please send initial inquiries directly to Prof. Brill de Ramirez.