For her article “Mark Twain’s Modernism” in J19.
A Native Studies scholar and Washoe Tribe of Nevada representative discuss Kerry Driscoll’s book in the concluding episode of Mika Turim-Nygren’s series on Mark Twain Among The Indians.
Second episode in special podcast series focused on Kerry Driscoll’s “Mark Twain And The Indians” features conversation with the author.
New American Vandal Podcast series centers on Kerry Driscoll’s groundbreaking book, “Mark Twain Among The Indians & Other Indigenous Peoples.”
Editor’s Note: CMTS is proud to partner with the Mark Twain Forum, which has long been a leading venue for reviews of new publications in Mark Twain Studies. Visit their extensive archive. Follow the link at the bottom of the page to read the complete review. A portion of Amazon purchases made via links from Mark Twain Forum Book Reviews is donated to the Mark Twain Project. Professor Driscoll has given a number of lectures […]
The seed of what eventually became Mark Twain among the Indians and Other Indigenous Peoples, published last month by the University of California Press, was planted—quite by coincidence—long ago in Elmira. The year was 1986 and I was a freshly-minted Ph.D. (with a specialization in modern American poetry), hired on as an assistant professor at Elmira College. One day, out of the blue, I got a phone call from Dr. […]
The 2018 Park Church Lecture Series, hosted by the Center for Mark Twain Studies, concludes Wednesday, July 11 in the historic and cultural landmark, The Park Church, 208 W. Gray Street, Elmira. The lecture begins at 7:00 p.m., and is free and open to the public. “Mark Twain and The Native Other” Kerry Driscoll, University of St. Joseph In his 1899 essay “Concerning the Jews,” Twain states: I am quite sure that […]