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Global Native Literary Studies--Panelist Albert Wendt Speaks on This Topic

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Title:Global Native Literary Studies--Panelist Albert Wendt Speaks on This Topic
Authors:Wendt, Albert
Keywords:Albert Wendt
Al Wendt
Global Native Literary Studies
unlearning academia
creative writing
show 44 moreon being a creative writer
independence movement
New Zealand
English as first language
writing in English
English language creative writing
Hawaiian English
Samoan English
indigenizing English
teaching in Samoa
creative writing as a way to explore own culture
politics of representation in creative writing
attacks by own people on own work
critiques from within the community
Pacific Literature
teaching Pacific Literature
University of the South Pacific
indigenous writers
publishing Pacific writers
anthologizing Pacific literature
politicizing students
teaching to politicize students
independence movements
Chantal Spitz
Lali: An Anthology of Pacific Literature
coalition building
Christian Robert, publisher
minority literature
World Literature courses
bringing the world into the literature
what is a writer
William Faulkner
artists borrow and recycle
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Date Issued:24 Jun 2013
Rights:CC0 1.0 Universal
Appears in Collections: Words in the World Panel Discussions

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