Profiles in "Oral History" Expertise Area

  • Bates is an Associate Dean and Professor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. Her scholarship examines leadership, activism, and community development among Indigenous peoples.
  • Vicenti Carpio is a citizen of the Jicarilla Apache Nation and of Laguna and Isleta Pueblo heritage. Her current projects explore institutional intersections of Japanese Internment and American Indian urban relocation policy.
  • In Leong's research, teaching, and community engagement, she explores overlapping and mutually reinforcing discourses of gender, race, class, and nation, and advantage and disadvantage in U.S. society.
  • Anokye is a sociolinguist with research on African Diaspora orality and literacy, folklore, discourse analysis and oral history specializing in Ghanaian culture, religion, storytelling, dance and social justice.
  • Cuádraz publishes in the areas of Chicana/os and higher education, oral history, feminist methods, testimonio and Chicana/o labor history in Arizona.
  • 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.
  • Tebeau is an urban, public and digital historian who studies landscape, place, and historical memory; he's written about risk, cities, and monuments; he possesses expertise in digital curation, oral history and public memory.
  • Doctoral student, History, SHPRS. Historian of the modern American Southwest, American Indians, culture, and land use.
  • Brown is the director of ASU’s Melikian Center, currently (2021-22) on research leave at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. His research and teaching focus on the Western Balkans in global context.