Megan Tusler

Megan Tusler is a lecturer in the MA Program in the Humanities and the English department at the University of Chicago. Her academic work is in multiethnic American literature, particularly African-American and Native American studies, archival research, critical theory, and literature and photography. Her essays and reviews appear in American Indian Quarterly, Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts, and MELUS: Multiethnic Literature of the United States; she also co-hosts the podcast Better Read than Dead: Literature from a Left Perspective. She is a member of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma.

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