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Michelle Montgomery

Associate professor, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW Tacoma

Climate and health, Climate change (global), Climate change (regional)

montgm2@uw.edu

Web / Pronouns: she/her

Expertise: Climate justice, Indigenous identities and climate change, environmental ethics

Michelle Montgomery (enrolled Haliwa Saponi/descendant Eastern Band Cherokee) is an Associate Professor of American Indian Studies and of Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Tacoma. Montgomery’s research focuses on Indigenizing and decolonizing the climate justice narrative; environmental ethics connected to Indigenous Peoples’ identities; and eco-critical race theory to eliminate racial and environmental oppression. She is the Indigenous Curriculum and Community advisor for the UW Tacoma School of Education, and a member of the Indigenous Peoples Climate Change Working Group and of Rising Voices: Climate Resilience Through Indigenous and Earth Science.


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