PCL MS 073 Kenneth Lincoln Collection
|Title||PCL MS 073 Kenneth Lincoln Collection|
The Kenneth Lincoln Collection consists of approximately 0.2 linear feet of manuscript materials. The collection was donated to the Browne Popular Culture Library by Kenneth Lincoln in 1987. This collection is unprocessed, but may be accessed by contacting the archivist. The collection has no restrictions placed on its use for scholarly purposes. Researchers are responsible for securing copyright permission when using all unpublished manuscripts and published works found in this collection.
|Biographical Sketch||Kenneth Lincoln is Professor Emeritus at UCLA, having developed the American Indian Studies curriculum there. He is widely credited with coining the term "Native American Renaissance" in his 1983 book of that name, to refer to the increase in literary production by writers of Native Americans beginning in the late 1960s.|
|Scope and Content||The Kenneth Lincoln Collection includes manuscripts for several writings by the author. Included are a manuscript and correspondence for the book Good Red Road, manuscripts for an article titled Caliban, Again, and a manuscript for a poem titled Naming the Light.|
|Series Description||Manuscripts |
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