Laura Furlan became President of the Association for the Study of American Indian Literatures (ASAIL) on July 1, after serving two years as Vice President.
Also over the summer, Furlan presented the paper “Fictional Archives in Ledfeather and Miko Kings” at the Indigenous Literary Studies Association (ILSA) conference in Toronto on June 2. Furlan was also invited to appear in conversation with author Deborah Miranda about her archival work at the American Philosophical Society on June 14 via Zoom.
Additionally, Furlan’s essay “Tell Me What You Know about Butterflies” appears in the October issue of Zyzzyva.
For more on Furlan's work, see her faculty profile.