“The Case for Indigenous Animal Studies in Critical Education”
Kelsey Dayle John ’13
Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Foundations of Education at Syracuse University; adjunct faculty member in Diné Studies at Navajo Technical University
In her research, Kelsey John uses Indigenous methodologies to center the interconnected relationships of American Indian land, animals, and people for decolonizing settler colonial institutions. She has taught courses on “Native Knowledge, Identity, and Learning” and “Colonization and Decolonization.” She is the author of several articles and book chapters, and she has delivered numerous conference papers. Her research interests include: Indigenous feminism, Diné studies, settler colonial studies, Indigenous methodologies, and Tribal Colleges and Universities.
Thursday, October 11 at 4:30pm
Persson Hall, 27- Auditorium