Joy is a specialist in Native American Indian Studies at the University of Hull. Her research is interdisciplinary and explores how Native concerns expand and develop the study of war, modernity, literature and the environment. She is author of the following monographs: 'Native American Environmentalism' (Nebraska, 2014), 'Native American Freemasonry: Performance and Associationalism in America' (Nebraska, 2012), and 'To Be Indian: The Life of Arthur Caswell Parker, 1881-1963' (Oklahoma, 2001). Joy is currently working on a new, large-scale interdisciplinary new project “Native American Ways of War.” This project was recently awarded a 2015 Fulbright All-Disciplines Scholar Award.

Book Review: The Queerness of Native American Literature by Lisa Tatonetti

Throughout November 2015, U.S. Studies Online will be publishing a series of posts to mark Native American Heritage Month. In this post, Professor Joy Porter (University of Hull) reviews The Queerness of Native American Literature by Lisa Tatonetti. Continue reading