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Léna Remy-Kovach

​[ˈlɛnə ˈrɛmi ˈkoʊvɑk]


Teejop (Madison, WI)

traditional Ho-Chunk territory 

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PhD Thesis


I study the  strategies for healing in contemporary fiction by Indigenous writers from what is today known as Canada and the United States, in order to develop culturally-appropriate and trauma-informed educational guidelines for non-Native educators working with Indigenous students. 

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Research Projects


My other research projects include the imagery of hunger and cannibalism in contemporary Indigenous horror, the commodification of Indigenous monsters in Euro-American TV series, and artistic installations memorializing MMIWG2S (Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2 Spirit).  
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University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Newberry Library in Chicago
University of Freiburg
Carleton University
The Pennsylvania State University
Université de Strasbourg
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