After identity : Mennonite writing in North America / edited by Robert Zacharias. - 1 online resource - JSTOR eBooks .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The autoethnographic announcement and the story / Julia Spicher Kasdorf -- A Mennonite fin de siècle : exploring identity at the turn of the twenty-first century / Royden Loewen -- Mennonite transgressive literature / Ervin Beck -- Double identity : covering the peace shall destroy many project / Paul Tiessen -- After ethnicity : gender, voice, and an ethic of care in the work of Di Brandt and Julia Spicher Kasdorf / Ann Hostetler -- The Mennonite thing : identity for a post-identity age / Robert Zacharias -- In praise of hybridity : reflections from southwestern Manitoba / Di Brandt -- Queering Mennonite literature / Daniel Shank Cruz -- Toward a poetics of identity / Jeff Grundy -- Question, answer / Jesse Nathan -- "Is Menno in there?" : the case of "the man who invented himself" / Magdalene Redekop -- After identity : liberating the Mennonite literary text / Hildi Froese Tiessen.

"An interdisciplinary reappraisal of the field of Mennonite writing in Canada and the United States. Essays explore the unique configuration of religious and ethnic cultural difference"--Provided by publisher.

9780271076584 0271076585

22573/ctv14fvfd5 JSTOR

Canadian literature--Mennonite authors--History and criticism.
American literature--Mennonite authors--History and criticism.
Identity (Psychology) in literature.

PR9188.2.M45 / A35 2015