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Melanie Benson Taylor

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Dartmouth College

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Dartmouth College

6066 Development Office

Hanover, New Hampshire,03755

United States

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Established in 1769 and a member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth is a superb undergraduate residential college with the intellectual character of a university, featuring thriving research and first-rate graduate and professional programs. The quality of the under... more.

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southwritlarge.com

South Writ Large | Melanie Benson Taylor
TheStyle Logo Home> Contributors > Melanie Benson Taylor Melanie Benson Taylor Melanie Benson Taylor is an associate professor of Native American Studies at Dartmouth College, working at the intersections of Native and U.S. Southern literature and culture. She is the author of Disturbing Calculations: The Economics of Identity in Postcolonial Southern Literature, 1912-2002 (University of Georgia Press, 2008) and Reconstructing the Native South: American Indian Literature and the Lost Cause (University of Georgia Press, 2012), as well as essays on William Faulkner, Louis Owens, Barry Hannah, Dawn Karima Pettigrew, and others. Her current book projects include Indian Killers, an exploration of violence in contemporary American literature by and about Native peoples, and Faulkner's Doom, a study of Faulkner's Indian characters as refractions of economic anxiety in the modern South. A native of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, she currently lives in central New Hampshire with her husband, a real Southerner from Chattanooga, Tennessee.


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Next talk January 9, 2011: Native American Women Writers - An Overview, Melanie Benson, Dartmouth College
Click here for full schedule.


www.historicalsocietiesnh.org

Melanie Benson Taylor, Associate Professor in Native American Studies at Dartmouth College will give an overview of Native American Women Writers.
Join Taylor as she explores the variety of genres, the commonalities of women's lives across nearly a century, and the role of writing in contemporary Native women's lives. Funded by NH Humanities Council.


www.alum.dartmouth.org [cached]

By Melanie Taylor on Wednesday, January 16, 2002 - 02:12 pm: Hello, I'm a 2000 alum working in public relations in the city.I'd like to offer my services as Homework Helper Extraordinaire for middle, junior high and high school students in the area.While I took the English lit and French language routes at Dartmouth, my high school days were crammed full of Math team competitions, Chemistry experiments, History essays and Spanish quizzes, so I should be able to offer some well-rounded help.Thanks so much, Melanie Taylor Add a MessageName: E-mail:


thedartmouth.com

"Works by contemporary artists affirm that American Indians are diverse, complex, living entities in the 21st century, not just static relics in a museum case," Native American studies professor Melanie Benson Taylor said in an email.


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