Scott Bryson, "Finding the Way Back: Place and Space in the Ecological Poetry of Joy Harjo" MELUS
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.
Grow, "The Laughter of My Father: A Survival Kit" MELUS
20 (1995): 35-46.
Multi-Ethnic Engagements with Graphic Narrative," MELUS
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.
(Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States).
-- 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).