Profiles in "Indigeneity, the Arts and Sciences" Expertise Area

  • Horan's ten books and more than thirty essays span Latin American and U.S. literature and culture. Her former students live and work all over the world, in business, education, technology, and social change.
  • Lauderdale's teaching and research interests include comparative law, indigneous jurisprudence, racialization, diversity, global indigenous struggles, and international terrorism.
  • Vicenti Carpio is a citizen of the Jicarilla Apache Nation and of Laguna and Isleta Pueblo heritage. Current projects explore institutional intersections of Japanese Internment and American Indian urban relocation policy.
  • PhD Candidate, Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology (PhD), ASU School for the Future of Innovation in Society; Indigenous Education Specialist, Labriola, National American Indian Data Center