From the Desk of Chris Dubbs: Storytelling and Myth Making in WWI

Chris Dubbs is a military historian living in Edinboro, Pennsylvania, and has worked as a newspaper journalist, editor, and publisher. He is the author of America’s U-Boats: Terror Trophies of World War I (Nebraska, 2014) and American Journalists in the Great … Continue reading From the Desk of Chris Dubbs: Storytelling and Myth Making in WWI

From the Desk of Marjorie Worthington: Real People Are Boring

Marjorie Worthington is a professor of English and in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Eastern Illinois University. Worthington is the author of The Story of “Me”: Contemporary American Autofiction (November 2018).  I define an autofiction* as a novel that … Continue reading From the Desk of Marjorie Worthington: Real People Are Boring

From the Desk of Roger Welsch: The Importance of the Omaha Language

Roger Welsch is an adjunct professor of anthropology at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He is a former essayist for CBS News Sunday Morning and the author of more than forty books, and wrote the introduction to Dance Lodges of the Omaha People: Building … Continue reading From the Desk of Roger Welsch: The Importance of the Omaha Language