Chair, American Indian Studies Interdepartmental Program
Associate Director, American Indian Studies Research Center
Office: 2216 Rolfe Hall
Native American Literature, 20th Century American Literature, Race and Ethnic Theory
Ph.D., Modern Thought and Literature, Stanford University, 2003
M.A., Modern Thought and Literature, Stanford University, 2000
B.A., English Literature and Native American Studies, Dartmouth College, 1994
Mark My Words: Native Women (Re)mapping Our Nations. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (2013).
“Notes Towards a Native Feminism’s Spatial Practice.” Wicazo Sa 24: 2 (2009): 169-87.
“Introduction: Native Feminisms: Legacies, Interventions, and Indigenous Sovereignties.” Mishuana Goeman and Jennifer Denetdale, eds., Wicazo Sa 24: 2 (2009): 9-13.
“From Place to Territories and Back Again: Centering Storied Land in the discussion of Indigenous Nation-building.” International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies 1: 1 (2008): 23-34.
“(Re)Mapping Indigenous Presence on the Land in Native Women’s Literature.” American Quarterly 60: 1 (2008): 295- 302.
Calhoun, Anne, Mishuana Goeman, and Monica Tsethlikai. Chapter 25: “Achieving Gender Equity for Native Americans,” in Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity Through Education, eds. Sue S. Klein, Patricia Ortman, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 525-552. Florence: Routledge-Taylor & Francis Books Inc., 2007.
Newberry Library Short-Term Research Fellow, Susan Kelly Power and Helen Hornbeck Tanner Fellowship, Chicago, IL, 2005-2006
Feldman Award for most outstanding publication contributing to social change
University of California Presidential Post-doctoral Fellow, Berkeley, 2003-2005