Department of Ethnic Studies - College of Letters and Science - University of California, Berkeley

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Enrique Lima

Lecturer
Native American Studies

Native American Literature and History; Transnational Indigenous Issues; Theory and History of the Novel

Ph.D.   Comparative Literature. Stanford University.  2007

B.A.      Comparative Literature, summa cum laude and honors. University of Oregon. 2000


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  • 544 Barrows
  • Tuesday 6-8

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Select publications

“The Collective Rights of Tribal Nations and Literary Characters in Louise Erdrich’s Love Medicine.” Modern Fiction Studies. 62.2 (2016): 307-329.

“Tribal Nations, Transnational Indigenous Movements, and D’Arcy McNickle.” Settler Colonial Studies. 3.3–4 (2013): 414–425.

“The History of the Everyday, Unhistorical Natives, and Willa Cather’s Death Comes for the Archbishop.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction. 46.2 (2013): 179–192.

“The Uneven Development of the Bildungsroman: D’Arcy McNickle and Native American Modernity.” Comparative Literature 63.3 (2011): 291–306.

 “Of Horizons and Epistemology: Problems in the Visuality of Knowledge.” diacritics 33.3-4 (2003): 19-35.