MELUS

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MELUSMulti-Ethnic Literature of the United States
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Scott Bryson, "Finding the Way Back: Place and Space in the Ecological Poetry of Joy Harjo" MELUS 27, no.
Byrne, 'The Genesis of Whiteface in Nineteenth-Century American Popular Culture, MELUS, 29 (2004), 133-49, p.
Kalib, in MELUS, published by the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, states:
Segun el estudio realizado por Gallego, Altes, Melus, Soriano y Canton (2002, p.
Multi-Ethnic Engagements with Graphic Narrative," MELUS, Vol.
In many ways MELUS is a product of the racial, ethnic, and identity polities and antiauthoritarianism of the early 1970s (.
His work has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, MELUS, Los Angeles Daily Journal, and several anthologies.
We keep refining our designs and materials" says Sue Melus, who represents Sitka Gear.
MELUS (Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States).
MELUS -- Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States
In this regard, Till is far more than "a disrupter of the peace," as Christopher Metress claims ("'No Justice, No Peace': The Figure of Emmett Till in African American Literature," MELUS 28 [Spring 2003]: 97).