Meredith McCoy (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa descent) is an Assistant Professor and Andersen Fellow of American Studies and History at Carleton College where she teaches about Indigenous histories and research methods. Her current research examines settler colonial violence and Indigenous resistance in United States schooling over time. McCoy has previously worked as a middle school teacher, a Policy Assistant at the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education, and an instructor at both Turtle Mountain Community College and Freedom University. Her research has been supported by fellowships from the Ford Foundation, Royster Society, and Newberry Library. McCoy currently serves on the Teaching Hard History Advisory Board for Teaching Tolerance, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMANSANDNATURE.ORG:
Restoring Indigenous Systems of Relationality
A response to “How can we live respectfully with the land and with one another?”
- Teaching Hard History: American Slavery
Listen to season two of the the podcast Teaching Hard History, co-hosted by Meredith McCoy.