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Mr. Phillip H. Round

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Phone: (319) ***-****  
University of Iowa
200 Hawkins Drive C135 Gh
Iowa City , Iowa 52242
United States

Company Description: UNIVERSITY OF IOWA in Iowa City: $1 million for IAAP health study (same as above); $1.4 million for their digital human simulation project to help develop the...   more
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Mr. Phillip Round, Professor of English and American Indian Studies, University of Iowa: The collaborative practice of early native literature.
MCEAS: Summer Seminar Series, 27 Sept 2011 [cached]
Philip Round, University of Iowa Sign and Sovereignty: Places of Writing in Native America, 1830-1934
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Phillip Round University of Iowa
Newberry Library D'Arcy McNickle Center [cached]
Phillip Round, Associate Professor of English and American Indian Studies at the University of Iowa
· The 2005-2006 CIC Faculty Fellow
Instructor: Philip Round, Associate Professor of English and American Indian Studies at the University of Iowa
In his new book, Removable Type: ... [cached]
In his new book, Removable Type: Histories of the Book in Indian Country, 1663-1880 (University of North Carolina Press, 2010)Phillip H. Round examines the history of the book in Indian Country. The book showcases the varied ways
that Native peoples produced and utilized printed texts over time, approaching them as both opportunity and threat. Surveying this rich history, Round, a professor of English and American Indian and Native studies at the University of Iowa, addresses such issues as the role of white missionaries and Christian texts in the dissemination of print culture in Indian Country, the establishment of publishing houses by tribes, the production and consumption of bilingual texts, the importance of copyright in establishing Native intellectual sovereignty (and the sometimes corrosive effects of reprinting thereon), and the significance of illustrations.
Recently, Round joined Iowa City writer Eddie Chuculate and poet James Coppoc in an interview with Iowa Public Radio's Charity Nebbe for a conversation about American Indian literature through history, as well as contemporary work such as what is being created by artists like Chuculate and Coppoc.
Said Round, "The problem Indian authors had in the eighteenth and nineteenth century was going against either romantic images or savage depictions of Indians.
By Phillip H. Round
Listen: Phillip Round on Native American literature | UNC Press Blog Says: December 9th, 2010 at 1:57 pm
[...] Additionally, our friends at First Peoples New Directions have a great slideshow of some primary materials from the Newberry Library that Round used in his research. Check it out here. [...]
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