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Ph.D. Chadwick ALLEN Associate Professor, Department of English, Ohio State University, Columbus

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1987 B.A. Comparative Study of Religion, magna cum laude, Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
1990 M.F.A. in Writing, Washington University (St. Louis, Missouri)
1994 IIE Fulbright Scholar, Department of Maori Studies, Auckland University (Auckland, New Zealand)
1997 Ph.D. Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies, University of Arizona (Tucson, Arizona)
1997-2003 Assistant Professor, Department of English, Ohio State University
since 2003 Associate Professor, Department of English, Ohio State University
2006 Visiting Professor, Universite du Havre, Le Havre, France (December)
2007-2008 Moore Distinguished Visiting Professor in ethnic literatures, Department of English, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
2009 Visiting Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (August)

Memberships

Modern Language Association
American Studies Association
Association for the Study of American Indian Literatures (ASAIL)
Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA)
CIC American Indian Studies Consortium
Western Literature Association
Association for the Study of Literature and Environment
Society for the Study of Narrative Literature

Publications

Blood Narrative: Indigenous Identity in American Indian and Maori Literary and Activist Texts. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2002
"Comparative Approaches to Indigenous Literary Studies." Special issue of Journal of New Zealand Literature, co-edited with Alice Te Punga Somerville, Alex Calder, and Witi Ihimaera, 2007
Trans-Indigenous: Methodologies for Native Literary Studies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (forthcoming)
"A Transnational Native American Studies? Why Not Studies that are Trans-Indigenous?", Journal of Transnational American Studies (forthcoming)

Awards

Norman Foerster Prize, best essay published in American Literature, awarded for "Hero With Two Faces: The Lone Ranger as Treaty Discourse", 1996
Finalist, Don D. Walker Award for best essay in western American studies, Western Literature Assoc., for "Hero With Two Faces: The Lone Ranger as Treaty Discourse", 1997
Don D. Walker Award for best essay in western American studies, Western Literature Assoc., awarded for "Blood (and) Memory", 2000
Finalist, MLA First Book Prize, for Blood Narrative, 2003
Honorable Mention, Gustave O. Arlt Award in the Humanities, Council of Graduate Schools, for Blood Narrative, 2007
Finalist, Don D. Walker Award for best essay in western American studies, Western Literature Assoc., for "Engaging the Politics and Pleasures of Indigenous Aesthetics", 2007
Don D. Walker Award for best essay in western American studies, Western Literature Assoc., awarded for "Sight in the Sound: Seeing and Being Seen in The Lone Ranger Radio Show", 2008
Blood Narrative voted one of the Ten Most Influential Books in Native American and Indigenous Studies in the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, 2011
Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award, Ohio State University, 2011
Recent Grants and Fellowships:
CIES Fulbright Research Scholarship to New Zealand (undertaken 2005), 2004
Arts and Humanities Seed Grant, Ohio State University ($10,400), 2005
Innovations in Diversity and Academic Excellence Grant, Univ. of Oregon ($12,000), 2008
Arts and Humanities Research Enhancement Grant, Ohio State University ($5,800), 2009
Conference Support Grant, Colleges of Arts and Humanities, Ohio State Univ. ($10,000), 2009
Collaborative Research Grant, Colleges of Arts and Humanities, Ohio State University ($20,000), 2011