Robert Allen Warrior

Robert Warrior
  • Hall Distinguished Professor of American Literature & Culture

Contact Info

Office Phone:
Wescoe Hall, room #3110

Selected Publications

Warrior, Robert, and Jean M. O’Brien. “Building a Professional Infrastructure for Critical Indigenous Studies: A(n Intellectual) History of and Prospectus for the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association.” Critical Indigenous Studies: Engagements in First World Locations, edited by Aileen Moreton-Robinson, University of Arizona Press, 2016, pp. 33–48.

Selected Presentations

Warrior, R. (12/3/2017). Away from Home: Indigeneity in Global American Studies. American Studies in the Age of Globalization: Past, Present, and Future. An International Forum on American Studies. Beijing Foreign Studies University. Beijing, China
Warrior, R. (10/20/2017). Away from Home: Indigeneity in Transnational American Studies. The Fault Lines of Democracy: Conversations, Contestations, and Cross-Cultural Comparisons (Conference Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Graduate School of North American Studies). John F. Kennedy Institute, Frei Universitat, Berlin, Germany
Warrior, R. (1/8/2017). American Studies Away from Home: Indigeneity's Challenges and Provocations. Tahrir Square to Zuccotti Park: The Arab Spring and the De-Centering of American Studies. Doha Institute for Graduate Studies. Doha, Qatar
Warrior, R. (11/17/2016). Home/Not Home: Centering American Studies Where We Are. Presidential Address, 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Studies Association. Denver, Colorado
Warrior, R. (10/18/2016). Home and Not Home: Indigeneity, Radical Inclusivity, and the American Future. 4th Annual Richard Slotkin Lecture. Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT


Home/Not Home: An American Studies Art Exhibit. Centennial Ballroom, Hyatt Regency at the Colorado Convention Center. Denver. CO. United States. 2016