Federico Cuatlacuatl

Born in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, Federico Cuatlacuatl immigrated to Indiana in 1999, and grew up as an undocumented immigrant.

Striving to spark awareness, change, advances, and cultural sustainability. Federico Cuatlacuatl's work reflects on current realities of Hispanic immigrant diasporas in the United States. His research is primarily concerned with social, political, and cultural issues that Hispanic immigrants face in this country.

Karenne Wood

Karenne Wood is an enrolled member of the Monacan Indian Nation who directs Virginia Indian Programs at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. She has worked at the National Museum of the American Indian as a researcher and at the Association on American Indian Affairs as a repatriation specialist. In 2015 she was honored as one of Virginia’s Women in History. Karenne is the author of two poetry collections, Markings on Earth (2000) and Weaving the Boundary (2016). Her poems have appeared in The Kenyon Review and Shenandoah.

Kasey Keeler

Kasey Keeler is the Native American Studies Postdoctoral Fellow & Instructor. She is housed in the American Studies Program and is also affiliated with the Americas Center. Kasey’s work is largely informed by federal Indian policy, housing policy, land, property, suburbanization, place making, as well as public memory and public history.

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