Princeton American Indian and Indigenous Studies Working Group

Drone photo of installation “Mirror Shields for Standing Rock”

“Mirror Shields for Standing Rock,” 2016. Cannupa Hanska Luger. Project, N.D., 2016. Photo via drone by Rory Wakemup. Used courtesy of the artist.

The Princeton American Indian and Indigenous Studies Working Group (PAIISWG) is organized by Isabel M. Lockhart. Current members include Paulina SeverianoJohn N. PaniaguaJulia GrummittKimia Shahi and Blake Z. Grindon.

PAIISWG aims to be a hub for graduate students and faculty from Princeton and beyond who work on Native American and Indigenous studies topics. 

The group was founded as the Princeton American Indian Studies Working Group in 2011 by Rebecca M. Rosen and Joshua N. Garrett-Davis.

Please email paiiswg@princeton.edu for general inquiries and/or requests to join the group. Also, please consider subscribing to the Princeton Indigenous Studies listserv.