Renae Watchman

Tódich’íi’nii éínishłị dóó Kinya’áanii báshíshchíín. Áádóó Tsalagi éí da shichei dóó Táchii'nii éí da shinálí. Naat’áanii Nééz déé’ íiyisí naashá. Haudenosaunee dóó Mississauga bikéyah (Ontario, Canada) di shighaan. Renae Watchman (Diné and Tsalagi) is Bitter Water, born for Towering House. Her maternal grandfather was Cherokee from Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and they are Bird Clan. Her paternal grandfather was from the Red Running Through the Water Clan. Her maternal family is originally from Shiprock, New Mexico, but she lives and works on the homelands of the Haudenosaunee and Mississauga in Hamilton, Ontario, at McMaster University. An associate professor of Indigenous studies, she teaches Indigenous literatures and Indigenous film and is the co-editor of Indianthusiasm: Indigenous Responses.
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Restoring Relations Through Stories

Restoring Relations Through Stories

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