From the Desk of Claudia B. Haake: A Look at Letters, Memoranda, and Petitions by Native Americans

Claudia B. Haake is a senior lecturer in history at La Trobe University. She is the author of Modernity through Letter Writing: Cherokee and Seneca Political Representations in Response to Removal, 1830–1857 (Nebraska, 2020) and coeditor (with Richard Bessel) of Removing Peoples: Forced Migration … Continue reading From the Desk of Claudia B. Haake: A Look at Letters, Memoranda, and Petitions by Native Americans

From the desk of Greg W. Zacharias: The Henry James Stamp

Greg W. Zacharias is a professor of English and the founder and director of the Center for Henry James Studies at Creighton University. He is the editor of A Companion to Henry James and the coeditor of Tracing Henry James. Henry James’s reaction to the recent issue of a stamp in honor of him and his work by the United States Postal Service for its Literary Arts series might be imagined in relation to his ambiguous relationship with publicity. As a working professional for whom public interest could mean more books sold and greater income, he sought publicity and even … Continue reading From the desk of Greg W. Zacharias: The Henry James Stamp