Jerome Jeffery Clark

J. Jeffery Clark (Diné), assistant professor of English and Indigenous studies at Arizona State University, studies Diné life-seeking moments as a means for imagining and creating alternatives to settler-colonial domination. He held the Henry Roe Cloud Dissertation Fellowship at Yale University. His research areas include Indigenous stories, decolonization, settler colonialism, and Indigenous futurity and imagination. He is Kinłichíi’nii, born for Tséníjikiní, Mą’ii Deeshgiizhinii are his maternal grandfathers, and Tábąąhá are his paternal grandfathers.
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From the Skin

From the Skin

Defending Indigenous Nations Using Theory and Praxis

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