Alexandra M. Peck

  • Ph.D. Candidate (4 th Year), Department of Anthropology

  • Native America; Northwestern United States (Coast Salish and Wakashan Tribes and Alaska Native Communities), Northeastern United States (New England Tribes)

  • Keywords: Art history, material culture studies, cultural adaptation/adoption, placemaking/placeclaiming, landscape/geography, monuments/memorials, tourism, Native-White relations, “mixed” communities, settler colonialism, museums, historical archaeology.​

  • Contact Information:
    [email protected]

  • Previous Degrees:
    Graduate Certificate, Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Brown University, 2018
    M.A., Anthropology, Brown University, 2017
    B.A., magna cum laude, Cultural Anthropology, Seattle University, 2015

Isabella Robbins

  • Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative Fellow

  • Reclamation of storytelling and Native voices in museums

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Elizabeth Rule

  • American Studies Ph.D.

  • Critical Native American Studies, Sovereignty Studies, Women and Gender Studies, American Indian Law and Policy, Native American Literature, Chickasaw History and Culture

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