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Sidner Larson is a a member of the Gros Ventre tribe of Fort Belknap, Montana. A scholar and poet who works in the fields of Native American Literature, Federal Indian Law, and Multi-Cultural
Studies, Larson holds a PhD from the Univ. of Arizona and a J.D. from the Univ. of Minnesota. He is currently Director of the American Indian Studies program at Iowa State University. His articles, poetry, and book reviews have been published in such publications as American Indian Quarterly, Studies In American Indian Literatures, Talking River Review, and Sail.
Online resources by or about Sidner Larson:
The Real Thing: An Essay on Authenticity
Author: Sidner Larson
Description: A critical essay from wicazo sa review: A Journal of Native American Studies 15.2 (2000) 75-78.
Author: Univ. of Oregon English Dept.
Description: This old web page, from when Larson was on UO’s faculty, has a photo of Larson and a list of his publications.
Two cross disciplinary programs directors named
Author: College of Liberal Arts & Sciences News
Description: Press release from 8/31/00 regarding Larson’s appointment as program director for American Indian Studies at Iowa State University. Includes biographical information about Larson.
Books by Sidner Larson:
Larson, Sidner. Captured in the middle : tradition and experience in contemporary Native American writing
Seattle : University of Washington Press, 2000.
Larson, Sidner. Catch colt
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 1995.
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