Craig Santos Perez

Craig Santos Perez, 2023 winner of the National Book Award for poetry, is a Chamoru author and editor from Guam. He was most recently professor of English at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
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Navigating CHamoru Poetry

Indigeneity, Aesthetics, and Decolonization

The University of Arizona Press

For the first time, Navigating CHamoru Poetry focuses on Indigenous CHamoru (Chamorro) poetry from the Pacific Island of Guåhan (Guam). In this book, poet and scholar Craig Santos Perez navigates the complex relationship between CHamoru poetry, cultural identity, decolonial politics, diasporic migrations, and native aesthetics

  • Copyright year: 2021
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Here was Once the Sea

An Anthology of Southeast Asian Ecowriting

Series edited by Craig Santos Perez
University of Hawaii Press
  • Copyright year: 2024
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Indigenous Literatures from Micronesia

Edited by Evelyn Flores and Emelihter Kihleng; Series edited by Craig Santos Perez
University of Hawaii Press
  • Copyright year: 2019
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An Ocean of Wonder

The Fantastic in the Pacific

University of Hawaii Press
  • Copyright year: 2024
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