Deena Rymhs is an assistant professor of English at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
|Barred Subject: Leonard Peltier's Prison Writings|
|James Tyman's Inside Out: An Autobiography by a Native Canadian|
|Auto/biographical Jurisdictions: Collaboration, Self-Representation & the Law in Stolen Life: The Journey of a Cree Woman|
|Prison Collections & Periodicals|
|A Residential School Memoir: Basil Johnston's Indian School Days|
|"It is the law": Disturbing the Authoritative Word in Tomson Highway's Kiss of the Fur Queen|
|Hated Structures & Lost Talk: Making Poetry Bear the Burden|
|Autobiography as Containment: Jane Williss Geniesh: An Indian Girlhood|
Deena Rymhsis an assistant professor of English at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia. She has published essays on Canadian literature with a focus on indigenous authors and narratives of incarceration.