Linthicum Co-authors Article on Energy in Native American Literature with Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Student Team

Kent Linthicum

Posted November 17, 2021

Kent Linthicum, American Council of Learned Societies fellow in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, published a co-authored article in Environmental Humanities on Nov. 1.

The article, “Defining Energy in Nineteenth-Century Native American Literature,” was written with Georgia Tech undergraduate students Mikaela Relford, a third year in the College of Engineering, and Julia Johnson, a third year in the School of Public Policy.

In the article, Linthicum et al. argue that nineteenth-century Native American literatures can make important contributions to the scope of the energy humanities and need to be integrated into the field to grasp the full scale of current environmental crises.

The full article is available for free on the Duke University Press website.

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