Wendy Shelly Greyeyes

Wendy Shelly Greyeyes (Diné) is an assistant professor of Native American studies at the University of New Mexico and a research consultant for Department of Diné Education. Greyeyes has worked for the Arizona governor, the Department of Diné Education, and the Bureau of Indian Education. She has served as co-chair for the National Indian Education Association’s Advocacy Committee, Navajo representative for the New Mexico Indian Education Advisory Council (IEAC), and president of Diné Studies Conference, Inc.
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A History of Navajo Nation Education

A History of Navajo Nation Education

Disentangling Our Sovereign Body

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