ELIZABETH HOOVER

Elizabeth Hoover is a Native American Studies/anthropology/environmental studies/ museum studies/ science and technology studies scholar who works on contemporary environmental justice in Native American communities, indigenous farming and subsistence revival movements, Native American museum curation, and community engaged research.

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Biography

Elizabeth Hoover is Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic Studies. She received her BA at Williams College in 2001, an MA in Museum Studies at Brown in 2003 and PhD in Anthropology at Brown University in 2010. Before returning to Brown as a faculty member, she taught Native American Studies and Environmental Anthropology courses at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania, and Native American Studies and Sustainable Agriculture courses at St. Olaf College in Minnesota.

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ELIZABETH HOOVER, PhD
Assistant Professor of American Studies
Center for the Study of Race & Ethnicity
Phone: 401-863-9964
E-mail: Elizabeth_M_Hoover@Brown.EDU

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