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What I Do

I'm an assistant professor with the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University.

I study digital technologies as forms of social resistance and endurance. My current research is on the social and political impacts of information and communication technologies in Indigenous communities.

I also advocate for intellectual freedom and social justice in libraries, especially in Native American and borderland communities.

Latest Project

Seamless Technologies: Weaving Information Systems into Indian Country.
In this project, I focus on understanding the methods and means by which ICTs are embedded in Native landscapes, and to what ends.