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Syracuse University Press Announces Series on Haudenosaunee and Indigenous Worlds
Syracuse University Press is launching a Haudenosaunee and Indigenous Worlds series that will expand the Press’s historical emphasis in “Iroquois” and Native American publications to better reflect current scholarship regarding oral tradition, de-colonial and Indigenous studies—writ large.
Submissions are welcome from diverse authors across disciplines, traditions and orientations, but with special emphasis on the Haudenosaunee.
The series will be led by Philip P. Arnold and Scott Manning Stevens. Arnold is associate professor and chair of the Department of Religion in the College of Arts and Sciences, and a core faculty member of the Native American and Indigenous Studies program; he is also the founding director of the Skä·noñh—Great Law of Peace Center. Stevens is associate professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as associate professor of Native American and Indigenous studies and director of the program.
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