Judit Szathmári, Assistant Professor, North American Department, University of Debrecen, was a Fulbright Researcher at the Milwaukee Public Museum and the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (1999-2000), and the D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies, Newberry Library, Chicago (2014). Her research interests include exploration of the urban experience in contemporary American Indian literature, urban self-help organizations, American Indian humor, and US Indian policy, with special focus on the post-World War II period. She published a scholarly monograph, The Revolving Door:American Indians in Multicultural American Society, in 2013 (Debrecen UP). Her article appeared in HJEAS in 2002, and her review in 2013. She has been HJEAS copy editor since 2014.
Szathmári, J. “Pocahontas Incarcerated: An Activist’s Account of Early Twentieth-Century Native America”. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, vol. 23, no. 2, June 2020, https://ojs.lib.unideb.hu/hjeas/article/view/7325.
Ackley, Kristina, and Cristina Stanciu, eds. Laura Cornelius Kellogg: Our Democracy and the American Indian and Other Works. New York: Syracuse UP, 2015. xxviii + 301 pages. ISBN 978-0-8156-3390-7. Hb. Npr.