College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Shawn Lamebull

Yakama Nation
Ph.D. Candidate, American Studies

Shawn is assisting Dr. Kim Christen with the "Plateau Peoples' Web Portal and Archive" in collaboration with the Plateau Center for American Indian Studies and WSU's Holland Library Special Collections.

He is currently teaching CES 101, Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies, for the first part of Summer Session 2013.

He has taught CES 171, Introduction to Native American Studies; AMST 475, Digital Diversity; CES 101, Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies; and CES 240, Global Indigenous Issues.

His research interests include tribal sovereignty and Indian law; cross-cultural analysis of table top role-playing games (RPGs) and massive multiplayer RPGs (MMORPGs); and representation of "Indians" in popular culture, especially video games and RPGs.

Contact Mr. Lamebull

shawn_lamebull@wsu.edu
509-335-7973
Wilson-Short 112A

Office Hours

M,W,F 1:30-2:30PM or by appointment

Course Materials

Summer 2013
  • CES 101.01 (Session 1)
Past Courses

 

 

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