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As part of an invited "Keywords" section of the 50th Anniversary issue, this article situates sovereignty as a crucial concept in US Western literary studies both as a signifier of state power and authority and as a strategic--if at times imperfect--site of Indigenous self-determination, resistance, and resurgence.
Fields of Focus: American Studies
, Literary and Critical Theory
, Native American Literary Studies