Scott Andrews, Ph.D., Interim Director
B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1987
M.A., University of California, Riverside, 1993
Ph.D., University of California, Riverside, 2000
Dr. Andrews is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. He teaches American and American Indian literatures in the English Department and the American Indian Studies Program's course on popular culture. Dr. Andrews has published book reviews, essays, fiction, and poetry.
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Mariaelena Huambachano, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
M.A., Massey University (NZ), 2010
Ph.D., University of Aukland (NZ), 2016
Dr. Huambachano’s current book project, Indigenous Food Sovereignty and Justice, is an ethnographic exploration of the politics of food security and food sovereignty of the Māori of Aotearoa/New Zealand and Andean people of Peru as seen through the Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) lens. She teaches courses n American Indian Studies and in Sustainability Studies.
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Pauline Alvarez, Outreach Coordinator
B.A., CSUN, 2015
M.A., UCLA, 2017
Ms. Alvarez is an enrolled member of the Gila River Indian Community (in Arizona) and is also of Tohono O’odham descent. She is the creator and editor of the zine Indigenous Ink. Her academic and political interests include the construction of Indigeneity, Indigenous urbanization, tattooing, tribal sovereignty, and Native feminisms. She teaches Introduction to American Indian Studies and American Indian Law and Policy.
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