Dr. David Warner
Ph.D., American Studies
Dr. Warner is not currently teaching a course. He will occasionally guest lecture during the spring 2014 semester. In previous semesters, he has taught CES 101, 171, 240, 305, 372, 379, and Am St 475.
Dr. Warner's research interests include American Indian tribal sovereignty, Indigenous self-determination, the use of digital technologies by Indigenous peoples, queer theory, genocide studies, culturally relevant pedagogy, culturally responsive schooling, critical race theory (TribalCrit), decolonization studies, place-based education and its connections with Indigenous Ecological Knowledge (IEK), and the integration of Native American epistemologies into the K–12 educational curriculum in Washington state.
Update: "Scars of Recovery" — June 29, 2013 Spokesman-Review article
Facebook: Rally for David Warner
- Fundraiser for David Warner (now closed) — Thank you to all who contributed to this effort.
- You may contribute to David's medical expenses and recovery via the "Rally for Dr. Dave Account" at WSECU. WSECU has branches in Pullman on the ground floor of the CUB and at 405 SE Bishop Blvd.
- Swing by the CCGRS office in Wilson-Short 111 to pick up your "Flower for David," a felt rose pin you can wear to show your support for him and your commitment to non-violence. Suggested contribution: $5
The Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies and our many extended communities feel shocked and saddened by the brutal attack on our colleague, mentor, and friend David Warner. That he was intervening to break up a fight is no surprise to those of us who know him as a peacemaker, a teacher in every sense of the word, and someone who works diligently trying to get people to be their best. He is the ideal educator, curious to keep learning and to share all he learns. A big talker, he is also a sensitive listener. A good learner, he also teaches his teachers. While we remain concerned about violence within the WSU community, our ambition, our energies, and our commitment is to support his transition to a full recovery.
Contact Dr. Warner
Wilson-Short Hall 122