Antonio Barrenechea

Professor · University of Mary Washington

Antonio Barrenechea is a scholar and teacher of literature of the Americas and cinema.

Comparative Literature Cinema Studies Literature of the Americas

Duane Hamacher

Associate Professor of Cultural Astronomy · University of Melbourne

Academic, Astronomer, Science Communicator

Geomythology History of Meteoritics Ethnoastronomy Archaeoastronomy Astrophysics

Brenda Nicolas

Assistant Professor of Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Brenda Nicolas is an expert in Latin American Indigenous diasporas, transnationalism, communal participation/identity & settler colonialism.

Social Movements Critical Indigenous Studies Latin American Indigenous Diaspora Mexican Migration Zapotec & Mixtec Indigeneity

Prof. Marie Beaulieu

Professor, School of Social Work · University of Sherbrooke

Marie Beulaieu is a professor at the department of social services of the faculty of letters and humanities of the Université de Sherbrooke.

Public Policy Active Ageing Elder Abuse Human Rights Frailty

Kim Anderson

Associate Professor, Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition · University of Guelph

Associate Professor, Department of Indigenous Studies

Oral history and Indigenous knowledge translation Community-based Indigenous research Indigenous Masculinities Indigenous feminism Gender and Indigenous peoples

Malinda Maynor Lowery, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of History & Director, Center for the Study of the American South, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Malinda Maynor Lowery's research interests include Native American history, Southern history, foodways, oral history and more.

Social and Political History Native American History Southern History Historical Geography Foodways

Louise Turcotte

Dean, Schools of Skills Training, Engineering Technology and Environmental Studies. · Cambrian College

An educator and leader - she has played a key role in the areas of the trades, apprenticeships and the shaping of 21st century programing

Skilled Workforce Trades and Apprenticeships Program Development Indigenous Studies Labour Force Inclusion

Nicolas Rosenthal

Associate Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

History History of the American West American History Indian History Environmental History

Manley A. Begay, EdD

Public Trustee · Fielding Graduate University

Faculty member at Northern Arizona University where he teaches courses on nation-building, curriculum development, and Indigenous education

Indigenous Nation-Building Indigenous Education

Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa) AKA Don Trent Jacobs, PhD, EdD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Sustainability; counter-hegemonic education; social justice; contrasting Indigenous ways of knowing with Western ones

Counter-Hegemonic Education Peace and Justice Studies Ecological Justice Indigenous Studies Indigenous Ways of Knowing

K. Melchor Hall, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Black feminist scholar-activist crossing disciplinary and national borders

Latin America Transnational Organizing Constructivist Grounded Theory Black Feminist Theory International Development

Margarita R. Ochoa

Associate Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Department of History, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Social Justice and Equal Rights Latin America Race and Ethnicity Women and Gender Indigenous/Ethnohistory

Deborah Bolnick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor · University of Connecticut

Dr. Bolnick is an expert on genetic ancestry testing and how sociopolitical forces & history shape human genomic diversity.

Native American Genetic Histories Genetic Ancestry Testing Human Biodiversity Anthropology Ancient DNA

Karen Drake

Assistant Professor · Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University

Karen Drake's teaching and research interests include Canadian law as it affects Indigenous peoples, Anishinaabe law, and Métis law.

Canadian Law and Indigenous Peoples Anishinaabe Law Métis law Aboriginal Legal Issues Indigenous Legal Traditions

Lynn Gehl

Indigenous/Indigenist Cultural Critic, Writer, Author · Independent

Indigenist Cultural Critic

Sex-Discrimination in the Indian Act Treaty and Land Claims Process Indigenous Knowledge Algonquin Anishinaabeg Indigenous Affairs

Kyle Whyte

Timnick Chair in the Humanities · Michigan State University

Expert in American Indian and Indigenous Studies, environmental philosophy

Ethics of Knowledge Exchange Environmental Philosophy and Ethics Indigenous Environmental Studies Climate Justice Climate Change