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JoEllen Anderson

JoEllen Anderson

JoEllen Anderson

Native American Studies

JoEllen Anderson holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Stanford University.  She has taught at the University of Michigan and currently teaches at Berkeley and Stanford.  Her research and teaching interests include: gender in Native American societies, American Indian education, history of Native Americans in California, history of American Indians in the Southwest, indigenous politics, and literature & film.  JoEllen grew up on the Ft. Peck Indian Reservation in Montana.  Her publications include “Cowboys & Indians, the Perceptions of Western Films Among American Indians and Anglos,” and “Ft. Peck Indian Reservation.”

Course(s):

NATIVEAM 103S: Gender in Native American Societies (Autumn)

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