Michael P. Taylor

Dr. Michael P. Taylor is assistant professor of English, associate director of American Indian Studies, and an affiliate of the Departments of Global Women’s Studies and American Studies at Brigham Young University. His first book, Co-National Networks: Writing Indigenous Solidarity into the Twentieth Century, is forthcoming from University of Washington Press. His research engages Indigenous archives to expand Indigenous literary histories and support community-centered Indigenous resurgence.

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