Weaving the Legacy: Remembering Paula Gunn Allen
Stephanie A. Sellers, Gettysburg College
Menoukha Case, SUNY Empire State College
This collection is a celebration of Paula Gunn Allen’s life (1939–2008) as an indigenous scholar, writer, and woman. It features the creative writing, art, and memoir of Native American and other writers, scholars, and activists including Patricia Clark Smith, Maurice Kenny, Barbara Mann, Janice Gould, LeAnne Howe, Elaine Jacobs, Annette van Dyke, Margara Averbach, Kristina Bitsue, Deborah Miranda, Carolyn Dunn, Jennifer Browdy, Joseph Bruchac III, Sandra Cox, and La Vonne Brown Ruoff. It follows the 2010 West End Press edition of Paula Gunn Allen’s final works, America the Beautiful: Last Poems, edited by Patricia Clark Smith.
West End Press
Paula Gunn Allen, Native American, America the Beautiful: Last Poems, activism, memoir
Indigenous Studies | Literature in English, North America, Ethnic and Cultural Minority | Women's Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Sellers, Stephanie A. and Case, Menoukha, "Weaving the Legacy: Remembering Paula Gunn Allen" (2017). Gettysburg College Faculty Books. 133.