Stephanie A. Sellers teaches topics in Native American Studies and is the Director of the Gettysburg College Women's Center. She holds a doctoral degree in Native American Studies with an emphasis on Women of the Eastern Woodlands. She represents the College on the AAUW's Association for Collegiate Women's Leadership and Education committee. Sellers has authored two books, most recently Native American Women's Studies: A Primer
published with Peter Lang Publishing. Her scholarly articles, fiction, and poetry have appeared in journals such as American Indian Quarterly
, Native Literatures: Generations
, American Indian Culture & Research Journal
, and in other indigenous literary anthologies, such as Good Medicine: Native American Humor is Survival
. She is a regular contributor to the journal SageWoman
, and her poem "Pennsylvania Trails" is forthcoming in the journal Studies in American Indian Literatures
. Sellers has presented papers at national conferences such as the Modern Language Association, National Women Studies Association, and the International Society for the Study of American Women Writers, and will be presenting papers on the Native American Traditions panels at forthcoming conferences of the American Academy of Religion and the Northeastern Modern Language Association.
Her favorite Wise Woman medicinals are Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) infusion and Cronewort (Leonara cardiaca) tincture.
Stephanie A. Sellers
Visiting Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies
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Box: Campus Box 0397
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Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400
PhD Union Institute & University, 2005
MFA Goddard College, 1996
BA The American University, 1992