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Spring 2003 Work of Literary Merit (WOLM)

Tracks
by Louise Erdrich



To find information about Louise Erdrich and her work, try some of the following sources:

Literature Resource Center & Other Databases
Books, Articles and Films on Library Reserve
Selected Webpages on Louise Erdrich and Related Topics
English Dept. WOLM Lectures
SRJC Arts & Lectures Events

What is the Work of Literary Merit (WOLM)?
Previous Semesters' WOLM pages


Literature Resource Center
This online database includes biographical and critical information about Louise Erdrich and Tracks drawn from standard reference books such as Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary Biography and Contemporary Literary Criticism .

(Off campus access: Use the "Off campus" link for Literature Resource Center on the Library's Electronic Databases page. SRJC User Name and PIN required for off-campus access.)

InfoTrac Expanded Academic ASAP
InfoTrac Expanded Academic ASAP contains magazine and journal articles on many topics. A search on "erdrich louise" (not "louise erdrich") will locate numerous articles in online magazines as well as in print copies of magazines held in the SRJC libraries. You can also search InfoTrac for louise erdrich and tracks     or for InfoTrac search on ojibwas or other related topics.

(Off campus access: Use the "Off campus" link for InfoTrac Expanded Academic ASAP on the Library's Electronic Databases page. SRJC User Name and PIN required for off-campus access.)

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Books, Articles and Films on Library Reserve for the WOLM

A collection of books and journal articles about Louise Erdrich and Tracks have been placed on reserve in the SRJC libraries for the WOLM project. In addition, several films related to Erdrich and her works maybe be viewed in the SRJC libraries. In the Plover Library, ask for books and articles at the Reserve Books window; ask for films at the Media Services window. In the Mahoney Library, ask for books, articles or films at the Circulation Desk.


Webpages on Louise Erdrich and Her Work

Webpages on the Ojibwe Culture & History

(NOTE: Ojibwe also spelled Ojibwa, Ojibway; also known as Chippewa or Anishinabe, Anishinaabe or Anishinaabeg.)

Other Websites on Native American Topics and Issues

Allotment of Indian Lands

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SRJC Arts & Lectures Events Related to Native Americans  
Mon. March 3 - Friday, March 28
Mahoney Library (Petaluma campus)
Portraits of a People, Exhibit of Native American Photographs Ilka Hartmann, photographer
Mon. March 10, 12:15 P.M.
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
Now You See Us, Now You Don't; The Visible/Invisible Native American in Sonoma County L. Frank Manriquez, and Anita Silva
Wed. March 12, 7:30 P.M.
Mahoney Library (Petaluma campus)
Language, Culture, Spirit: Native American Voices in Our Midst, a Panel Discussion Ben Medel, Tim Molino and Vana Lawson, Native American leaders from Sonoma County

SRJC English Department WOLM Lectures  
Mon. March 17, 12:00 Noon - 1:30 P.M.
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
Myth & Reality; the Rhythms of Traditional Storytelling Dr. Brenda Collins Flyswithhawks, SRJC Psychology instructor
Tues, March 18, 12:00 Noon
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
   
Wed. March 19, 3:00 P.M.
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
   
Thurs. March 20, 3:00 - 4:30 P.M.
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
Tracks, a Panel Discussion SRJC English Department Faculty

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