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Dr. Peter L. Bayers

Associate Professor of English
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 138
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  • Bayers, Peter L.  "A New American Adam?  White Western Masculinity and American Indians in Dan O'Brien's Buffalo for the Broken Heart: Restoring Life to a Black Hills Ranch."  Forthcoming in WAL: Western American Literature, 2015.
  • Bayers, Peter L.  "From Father to Son:  Affirming Lakota Manhood in Luther Standing Bear's My People the Sioux (1928)."  Studies in American Indian Literatures. Forthcoming in Issue 26.4 (February 2015).
  • Bayers, Peter L. "'We unman ourselves':  Colonial and Mohegan Manhood in the Writings of Samson Occom."  MELUS:  Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States.  Issue 39.1 (Spring 2014)
  • Bayers, Peter L.. 'The U.S. Mint, the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, and the Perpetuation of the Frontier Myth.' The Journal of Popular Culture. Issue 44.1 (February 2011).
  • Bayers, Peter L.. 'Charles Alexander Eastman’s From the Deep Woods to Civilization (1916), and the Shaping of Native Manhood.' Studies in American Indian Literatures 20.3 (2008).
  • Bayers, Peter L.. 'Larry Watson’s Montana 1948 (1993) and Euroamerican Representation of Native/Euroamerican History.' The Rocky Mountain Review 60.3 (2007).
  • Bayers, Peter L.. 'William Apess’s Manhood and Native Resistance in Jacksonian America.' MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the United States 31.1 (2006).
  • Bayers, Peter L.. 'Evolution and the Politics of the Early United States in William Bartram’s Travels(1791).' English Language Notes 40.3 (2003).
  • Bayers, Peter L.. 'Frederick Cook, the Alaskan Wilderness, and the Regeneration of Progressive Era Masculinity.' Western American Literature . (2003).
  • Bayers, Peter L.. Imperial Ascent: Mountaineering, Masculinity, and Empire. University Press of Colorado, 2003.