Ph.D. Candidate, American Studies
David is teaching two sections of CES 101 during the fall 2011 semester.
In previous semesters, he has taught CES 101, 171, 305, 372, 379 and Am St 475.
Davidís 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.
Contact Mr. Warner
MW: 10:00-11:00 a.m.
and by appointment