Nebraska Authors

Kenneth Lincoln

Born 1943 TX (USA)

Places Lived

Alliance, NE
California

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Native American studies

Education

Graduate, Alliance High School, Alliance, NE
A.B. in American Literature, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
PhD, in British Literature, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Ph.D. in American and Native American Studies, 1970, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Occupation

Professor of English and American Studies

Places Worked

UCLA

Honors

He was adopted into the Oglala Sioux Tribe and was given the Lakota name Mato Yamni

Bibliography

Native American Renaissance. 1985.
The Good Red Road: Passages into Native America. 1987.
Men Down West. 1997.
Sing with the Heart of a Bear: Fusions of Native and American Poetry, 1890-1999. 1999
A Writer's China. 2000.
Speak Like Singing: Classics of Native American Literature. 2009
White Boyz Blues. 2014.

Nine titles in the UCLA Native American Poetry Series
'Indi'n Humor: Bicultural Play in Native America'

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