Dr. Kisha Supernant
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta
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I blog at metisarchaeologist.wordpress.com. Check it out!
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I am currently looking for graduate students for funded positions with the EMITA project. Find more info here.
I began my position in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alberta in 2010. My overall research interests are broad. I situate myself as an anthropological archaeologist, but several key threads tie together my work. First, I think spatially about the past and present, using maps and digital spatial data to query the ways in which past people created and interacted with landscapes. Second, as a Métis woman, I am strongly committed to collaborative, inclusive, and multivocal archaeology and my research is informed by the growing literature on indigenous archaeology and indigenous feminisms. Finally, I am interested in identities, human agency, and belonging. All of these elements can be seen in various degrees in the research projects in which I am involved.
I am also currently the Vice-President of the Academic Women's Association at the University of Alberta.
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A Personal Connection
By Janet Harvey | December 17, 2015
Anthropology Professor Kisha Supernant explores Métis archaeological sites while unearthing some of her own heritage.