Faculty

The expertise of American Indian and Indigenous Studies (AIIS) faculty spans multiple fields, including anthropology, archaeology, art, art history, fiber science, history, literature, law, and natural resources, enabling students to develop programs that address their specific interests. Faculty with specific research expertise in Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) studies and Indigenous issues globally further broaden opportunities for study.

Program Faculty

Eric Cheyfitz
Eric Cheyfitz
Frederic Gleach
Frederic Gleach
Denise N. Green
Denise N. Green
John Henderson
John S. Henderson
Kurt Jordan
Kurt A. Jordan
Karim-Aly Kassam speaks at a podium
Karim-Aly Kassam
Sarah Murray
Sarah Murray
Paul Nadasdy
Paul Nadasdy
Jeffrey Palmer
Jon Parmenter
Jon Parmenter
Troy Richardson
Jolene Rickard

Affiliate Faculty

Jonathan T. Butcher
Jonathan Butcher
Meredith Palmer

Shaawano Chad Uran (White Earth Anishinaabe)

Lecturer

Steve Henhawk stands in front of a white board.

Robert Odawi Porter (Onöndowa'ga:'/Seneca)

Visiting Professor

Kaighn Smith

Distinguished Practitioner in Residence Fellow at Cornell Law School

Retired Faculty

Charles C. Geisler

Emeritus Professor

Billie Jean Isbell
Billie Jean Isbell

Jane Mt. Pleasant (Ska:rù:rę'/Tuscarora)

Graduate Professor