College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Jeanette Weaskus, Ph.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor
Plateau Center for American Indian Studies

International Writing Prize

Jeanette is currently teaching two sections of CES 171 (Introduction of Indigenous Studies) and CES 378 (Contemporary Native Peoples of the Americas) for the spring 2014 semester.

She has taught courses in the past such as CES 171 (Introduction to Indigenous Studies), CES 373 (Native American Literature), CES 377 (Native Peoples of North America), CES 378 (Contemporary Native Peoples of America), and CES 379 (Indigenous Film).

Research Interests

Her primary research/interest areas include: American Indian English, specifically the holy rhetorics as used for ceremonial purposes and within Native religions; Plateau Indian tribal mythologies and oral traditions; and finally powwow research to discover the when and the how powows became the inter-tribal culture that it is today.

Contact Dr. Weaskus
Cleveland Hall 23C

Spring 2014 Office Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00–1:00 p.m. and by appointment

Course Materials

Spring 2014
Past Courses


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