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Phil Cash Cash
cashcash@email.arizona.edu
Greetings!  I am a Cayuse and Nez Perce indigenous person.  I grew up on the Umatilla "rez" in northeastern Oregon and am a speaker of Nez Perce, an endangered language. Recently, in 2005, I was a recipient of a Documenting Endangered Languages (DEL) fellowship from the National Science Foundation...
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Victor Castillo
vjcastillo@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 408A
I am an international student from Guatemala. My research interests revolve around the study of the social processes that created the settings for community survival in contexts of colonialism.  In particular,  I am interested in understanding the transitional period between pre-Hispanic and...
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William Cotter
williamcotter@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral candidate in the joint PhD program in Anthropology & Linguistics. Prior to joining the Department of Linguistics and School of Anthropology, I completed a Master’s of Arts in Sociolinguistics of the Arab World at the University of Essex. My Master’s research examined Arabic...
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Ben A. Curry
bencurry@email.arizona.edu
Office: Laboratory of Traditional Technology
My work focuses on ranching during the Spanish and Mexican periods (1769-1846) and early American perior (1846-1850s) in California. The primary themes in my work inclued the coupled human-natural systems connected to ranching, the involvement of Native Californians with the mission and private...
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