Rochelle Zuck


Office:423 Ross Hall
527 Farm House Lane
Ames IA


Rochelle Raineri Zuck (Pennsylvania State University, 2008) specializes in early American literature, African American literature, American Indian literature, and print culture. She is the author of Divided Sovereignties: Race, Nationhood, and Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century America (University of Georgia Press, 2016) and some of her most recent articles appear in scholarly journals such as American Periodicals, Journal of American Studies, and Studies in American Indian Literatures. Her current projects include a scholarly edition of James Fenimore Cooper’s 1848 novel Oak Openings; or, The Bee-Hunter and a book on American Indian newspapers and periodicals.