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Nancy Marie Mithlo, Ph.D. I am an Indigenous (Chiricahua Apache) scholar of race and representation and my work engages comparative global Indigeneity movements in the arts. My training as a cultural anthropologist (Stanford University PhD, 1993) informs how I examine cultural, institutional and political systems that often mask the normalization of bias in contested realms of power. The various uses of visual culture in what is commonly seen as harmless or inert representations in art, archives, and media form the basis of my critical analysis.

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Nancy Marie Mithlo, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Gender Studies
University of California Los Angeles, 1120G Rolfe Hall
Box 951504
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1504

Photo Credit: Lozen Lei-zha Haozous