People / Faculty


Enrique Lima

Continuing Lecturer

Native American Studies

American literature and cultural studies, Latin America, Native American Literature and History, Theory and History of the Novel, Transnational Indigenous Issues

Ph.D.   Comparative Literature. Stanford University.  2007
B.A.      Comparative Literature, summa cum laude and honors. University of Oregon. 2000

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Tuesday 6-8


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.