“That Sounds Like Something My Father Would Say”: The Importance of Relationality

At the end of the Spring semester, our class that had been working in the Kim-Wait Eisenberg (KWE) Native American Literature collection created a display in Frost Library that focused on books in the collection. One group of my classmates, who had by chance all focused on Wampanoag-authored works, pulled out a book for the…Continue Reading “That Sounds Like Something My Father Would Say”: The Importance of Relationality

Existence and Resistance: A Wampanoag History of Enacting Change

  This past semester, I took an Indigenous Studies course taught by Lisa Brooks. When summer rolled around, a couple of my peers and I stayed on campus to continue working with her. All of our work centered on the Kim-Wait/Eisenberg (KWE) Native Amherst Literature Collection. This collection was acquired by Amherst in 2013 but…Continue Reading Existence and Resistance: A Wampanoag History of Enacting Change