Profiles in "Indigenous American Literatures" Expertise Area

  • <p>I am the subject librarian for the <a href="">Department of English</a> at the Tempe campus and employed by the <a href="">ASU Library</a> </p>
  • Adamson is President's Professor of environmental humanities and English and Director of the Environmental Humanities Initiative (EHI) & BRIDGES Flagship Hub at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory at ASU.
  • Tohe has written and co-authored five books. She is the Navajo Nation Poet Laureate for 2015-2019.
  • Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez is a Chicana scholar whose research focuses on place studies, rural communities, and the legacies of colonialism in Chicanx and Indigenous literature and culture.
  • Clark's research areas include Indigenous literature and stories, decolonization, settler colonialism, masculinity, and Indigenous futurity and imagination.
  • Quintero teaches literature for the Department of English and is the editor of RED INK.
  • Fine holds a doctorate in English with an emphasis in Literature, Social Justice, and Environment. She is an instructor in ASU's Writing Programs.
  • Isabelle Petersen is an interdisciplinary humanities scholar with interests in art, literature, religion, and conservation ecology.