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Janice Gould

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Nationality  American
Occupation  Writer, poet, scholar

Name  Janice Gould
Role  Writer
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Born  1949San Diego, California
Ethnicity  Koyangk'auwi (Konkow, Concow) Maidu
Alma mater  University of California, Berkeley, B.A. in linguistics, M.A. in English; University of New Mexico, Ph.D.; University of Arizona, MA in Library Science, University of Arizona
Employer  University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Notable work  Beneath My Heart, Earthquake Weather, Doubters and Dreamers
Education  University of California, Berkeley, University of New Mexico
Books  Doubters and Dreamers, Beneath my heart, Earthquake weather

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Janice Gould (born 1949) is a Koyangk'auwi (Konkow, Concow) Maidu writer and scholar. She is the author of Beneath My Heart, Earthquake Weather and co-editor with Dean Rader of Speak to Me Words: Essays on Contemporary American Indian Poetry. Her book Doubters and Dreamers (2011) was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award and the Binghamton University Milt Kessler Poetry Book Award.


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Gould was born in San Diego, California and grew up in Berkeley. She graduated magna cum laude from University of California, Berkeley, earning degrees in linguistics (B.A) and English (M.A.). Her Ph.D. was completed at the University of New Mexico. She was the Hallie Ford Chair in Creative Writing at Willamette University. "In 2012 Janice completed a residency for Indigenous Writers at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico." She is also a musician, and plays guitar and accordion.

As of 2013, she is an Assistant Professor in Women’s and Ethnic Studies, and Native American Studies at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Awards and honors

  • Grant from National Endowment for the Arts
  • Ford Dissertation Fellowship
  • Astraea Foundation Grant
  • Roothbert Foundation Grant
  • Knowledge River Scholarship
  • Association of Research Libraries Scholarship
  • References

    Janice Gould Wikipedia

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