Katrin H. Lamon Fellowship

One fellowship is available for a Native American scholar, either pre- or post-doctoral, working in either the humanities or the social sciences. Fellows receive a $40,000 stipend ($30,000 for PhD candidates) and housing and office space on the SAR campus.

Joseph Aguilar Joseph Aguilar
2014–2015
Project: “The Archaeology of the Pueblo Revolt at Tunyo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
Kent Blansett Kent Blansett
2013–2014
Project: “A Journey to Freedom: The Life of Richard Oakes, 1942-1972”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of History and Native American Studies, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Danika Medak-Saltzman Danika Medak-Saltzman
2012–2013
Project: “Specters of Colonialism: Native Peoples, Visual Culture and Colonial Projects in the U.S. and Japan (1860-1904)”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder
Margaret M. Bruchac Margaret M. Bruchac
2011–2012
Project: “Consorting with Savages: Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Connecticut
Doug Kiel Doug Kiel
2010–2011
Project: “The Oneida Resurgence: Modern Indian Renewal in the Heart of America”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Christopher B. Teuton Christopher B. Teuton
2009–2010
Project: “Stories of the Turtle Island Liars’ Club Research Project”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Denver
Audra Simpson Audra Simpson
2008–2009
Project: “To the Reserve and Back Again: Kahnawake Mohawk Narratives of Self, Home, and Nation”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and American Studies, Cornell University
Joseph P. Gone Joseph P. Gone
2007–2008
Project: “Keeping Culture in Mind: Aboriginal and Western Therapeutic Integration in a First Nation Treatment Center”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Program in American Culture, University of Michigan
SAR Noenoe K. Silva
2006–2007
Project: “Indigenous Hawaiian Political Thought”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Hawaii at Manoa
SAR Rosamel Millamán Reinao
2005–2006
Project: “The Mapuche in Chile and their Forms of Collective Autonomy”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Professor and Director, Escuela de Antropologia, Universidad Catolica de Temuco, Chile, and Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology, Graduate Center, City University of New York
SAR Sean Teuton
2004–2005
Project: “Cities of Refuge: American Indian Literary Internationalism”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of English and American Indian Studies Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison
SAR J. Kehaulani Kauanui
2003–2004
Project: “Native Hawaiian Racial Formation: Blood Quantum and the Legal Construction of Indigeneity”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of American Studies and Anthropology, Wesleyan University
SAR Jennifer Nez Denetdale
2002–2003
Project: “A Study of the Navajo Past: Reclaiming Chief Manuelito and Juanita, 1868 to the Present”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of New Mexico
SAR Brian R. Klopotek
2001–2002
Project: “Federal Recognition, Cultural Persistence, and Social Cohesion among Louisiana Tribes”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Program in American Studies, University of Minnesota
SAR Mary Eunice Romero
2000–2001
Project: “Language Shift and the Socialization of Pueblo Children”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Education, Language, Literacy and Culture, University of California, Berkeley
Resident Scholar Estévan Rael-Galvéz Estévan Rael-Galvéz
1999–2000
Project: “Identifying Captivities and Capturing Identities: The Contest of Stories and Memories in the American Indian Captivity and Servitude of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Program in American Cultures, University of Michigan
SAR Roberta Haines
1998–1999
Project: “Citizenship Bound to the Promised Land: An Investigation of the Status of Indigenous People in the United States”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Political Science, University of California at Los Angeles
SAR Angela Gonzales
1997–1998
Project: “The (Re)Articulation of American Indian Identity: Maintaining Boundaries and Regulating Access to Ethnically-tied Resources”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Sociology, Harvard
SAR Ned Blackhawk
1996–1997
Project: “The Transformation of Nevada: Competing Systems of Knowledge, Power, and Land Use in the American Great Basin”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, University of Washington
SAR Tessie Naranjo
1995–1996
Project: “Seven Santa Clara Pueblo Women: Defining a Feminine Worldview (with Rina Swentzell)”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Director of Cultural Preservation Program at Santa Clara Pueblo and Consultant for Video Project at the Museum of Indian Art and Culture of the Museum of New Mexico
SAR Rina Swentzell
1995–1996
Project: “Seven Santa Clara Pueblo Women: Defining a Feminine Worldview (with Tessie Naranjo)”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Architectural Designer and Consultant, Santa Fe Indian School
SAR Marisol de la Cadena
1994–1995
Project: “Elite and Popular Intellectuals: Ethnic Violence and Popular Culture in Cuzco, Peru (1910–1990)”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology; University of Wisconsin-Madison
SAR Jenny Joe
1993–1994
Project: “Navajo Women and the Land”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine; and Director, Native American Research and Training Center, College of Medicine; University of Arizona
SAR Brenda Child
1992–1993
Project: “A Bitter Lesson: Chippewas and the Government Boarding School Experience, 1879-1940”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Department of History, University of Iowa, Ph.D. Candidate; and Department of History, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, Instructor
SAR Eva Garroutte
1991–1992
Project: “The Ecology of Social Movements: Discourse as Resource in 19th Century Spiritualism and 20th Century Protestant Fundamentalism”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Department of Sociology, Princeton University, Predoctoral Candidate
SAR Kenneth Dauber
1990–1991
Project: “The Indian Arts Fund and the Sponsorship of Pueblo Pottery”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Department of Sociology, University of Arizona, doctoral dissertation student
SAR N. Scott Momaday
1989–1990
Project: “A Gathering of Shields”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Arizona
SAR Irwin Wright
1988–1989
Project: “Piety, Politics and Profit: American Indian Missions in the Colonial Colleges”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Montana State University
SAR Daniel Rogers
1986–1987
Project: “Arikara Responses to Euro-American Trade”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Chicago
SAR Gerald Vizenor
1985–1986
Project: “The Woodland Tribal Trickster as a Compassionate Mixblood”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of California at Berkeley
SAR Greg Cajete
1984–1985
Project: “Researching the Ethnosciences of Pueblo Indian Culture”
Affiliation at time of fellowship: International College