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Coming Full Circle: Centering Relationality and Indigenous Ways of Knowing in LIS Teaching, Research, and Practice, Presented by Sandra Littletree
University of Washington Information School
Bio: Sandra Littletree is an Indigenous scholar, forever librarian, educator, daughter, and auntie. She is a descendent of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and is a citizen of the Navajo Nation (Diné). She is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the University of Washington Information School. Her research interests lie at the intersections of Indigenous systems of knowledge and librarianship. She is a past president of the American Indian Library Association (AILA) and was the Program Manager of Knowledge River at the University of Arizona from 2009-2012. She currently lives in Olympia, WA, and is originally from the Four Corners region of New Mexico.