Profiles in "Indigenous Studies" Expertise Area
- Buzinde's research focuses on two areas: community development through tourism and the politics of tourism representations.
- Clark's research areas include Indigenous literature and stories, decolonization, settler colonialism, masculinity, and Indigenous futurity and imagination.
- Professor Reed teaches courses in Federal Indian Law, Property and Intellectual Property. His research aims to assist Indigenous Peoples in protecting and promoting their creativity and innovation.
- Liahnna's research is located within rhetoric, critical/cultural communication studies, and Native American and Indigenous studies.
- Dillingham's research examines anticolonial politics, educational and development policy, and labor and youth-led social movements in 20th-century Mexico.
- Maurice Crandall is a multi-award-winning historian of the Indigenous peoples of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.
- Rowan "Ro" Moore (he/him/his) is a PhD student in the Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics. His research focuses on portrayals of Indigeneity in digital and social media.