Jeane T'áaw xíwaa Breinig
Professor and Associate Dean for the Humanities
Professor Breinig specializes in American Literature with an emphasis in American Indian and Alaska Native Literatures. She is co-editor and contributing author of A Retrospective Analysis of Alaska Statehood from Native Perspectives (2011) and Alaska Native Writers, Storytellers & Orators: The Expanded Edition (1999). She has publications in American Indian Quarterly, Studies in American Indian Literatures, and Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal, among others. Her research interests include oral history, Native language restoration, and decolonizing theories and methodologies. She has written Haida language arts curriculum, completed a Haida elders' interview project, and co-produced a video based on the interviews.
Ph.D. University of Washington (1995)
Alaska Native Literatures, American literature, American Indian literatures, cultural studies, critical theories.