About Mariah Claw
Ya’at’eeh Tótsohnii nishłi. Tódich’ii’nii bashishchiin. Dibé łizhini da shichei. Ma’ii deeshgiizhnii da shinalí. Akót’áó ei Diné asdzaan nishłi. My name is Mariah Claw. I am a PhD student in sociocultural anthropology, with a concentration in Indigenous anthropology. I received my BA in sociocultural anthropology from Dartmouth College in 2015 and my MA in Anthropology from the University of Arizona in 2020. My research interests include Indigenous theory, decolonization, gender studies, Diné weaving, storytelling, education, and community-led research. I hope to work with and give back to organizations and members of my community on the Navajo Nation through my research projects.