The American Indian and Indigenous Studies (AIIS) Faculty expertise spans multiple fields, including anthropology, archeology, art, art history, fiber science, history, literature, law, sociology, horticulture, and natural resources, enabling students to develop programs that address their specific interests. Faculty with specific research expertise in Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) studies and Indigenous issues globally within diverse disciplines further broaden opportunities for study.
Professor Jolene Rickard, Dept. of History of Art and Visual Studies and Art, Cornell University, "The Geography of Learning," Creative Time Summit (Sep 2, 2015).
Professor Jane Mt.Pleasant, Dept. of Horticulture, "What Did They Really Eat? A Critical Analysis of the Food Value in the Three Sisters," Horticulture Section Seminar Series (Nov 9, 2015).
Professor Karim-Aly Kassam, Dept. of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Spring 2015 Engaged Cornell Speaker Series (Mar 2, 2015).
Professor Jon Parmenter, Dept. of History, Cornell University, "Two Row Wampum: Yesterday, Today and Global," LeMoyne College, Syracuse (Apr 11, 2013).
Professor Kurt Jordan, Dept. of Anthropology, Cornell University, "Destroyed, Forgotten, Never Noted: Ithaca’s Hidden Indigenous History” The History Center (Sept 19, 2015).
Prof. Denise Green, Department of Fiber and Apparel Design, "Robes of Resistance: Nuu-chah-nulth Declarations on Cloth." The New School, 2018.