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Director/Advisor: Lisa Kahaleole Hall .

NameAreaContact
Program director
Indigenous Studies
Intersections of race, colonialism, and indigeneity with gender and sexuality.
Office: Clearihue A309
Professor
Indigenous Studies
Indigenous political movements, community resurgence, and sustainable self-determination
Office: CLE B304
Associate professor
History
Indigenous experiences, resistance, and activism in sport history, including Olympic and community-centred sport participation
Office: Clearihue B303
Assistant professor
Indigenous Studies
Indigenous language reclamation and revitalization, language documentation, lexicography, language contact, and language change. Her teaching interests include various topics related to Indigenous languages and their reclamation.
Office: CLE B302 | Office hrs: Tues 12:30-1:30 or by appt.
Assistant teaching professor
Indigenous Studies
Land-based wellness, Traditional Birth-work and Place-based Knowledge Mobilization in North, Central and South America. 
Office: CLE A415
Assistant teaching professor
Indigenous Studies
Revitalizing Indigenous fatherhood and family-based resurgence
Office: CLE A305 | Office hours: Thursdays 11:30-12:30pm
Sessional instructor
Indigenous Studies
Office: FPH Rm 135 | Office hours: by appointment
Sessional instructor
Indigenous Studies
Office: CLE A303 | Office hours: Fridays 1:00-2:30pm
Sessional instructor
Indigenous Studies
Office: Office hours: Wed 10-11 am on zoom or by appt.
Sessional instructor
Indigenous Studies
Indigenous sovereignty, law and governance; relationally in governance; non-state (and non-human) internationalisms; land- and water-based knowledge production; gendered and radicalized violence, and community-led research.
Office: Office hours: 2:30-3:30pm on Tues via zoom