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JA AA HAANACH'E / TANSI / HELLO

My name is Cheyanne Brown Armstrong (née Connell) (she/her). I am Dunne-Za Cree (West Moberly First Nations), and am a Doctoral Student in Socio-Cultural and Indigenous Anthropology at the University of British Columbia and freelance illustrator (Kinepikw Designs). For my PhD, my research project looks at the relationship between Dunne-Za Cree identity-making and traditional Language. Broadly, my research interest is in contemporary Indigenous identity-making, traditional language life, and Indigenous feminism. My art is largely informed by my research interests, and works to contribute to the increasing realm of contemporary, digital Indigenous artwork. 

PHD STUDENT

SOCIO-CULTURAL & INDIGENOUS ANTHROPOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,

TRADITIONAL, ANCESTRAL, AND UNCEDED TERRITORIES OF THE MUSQUEAM PEOPLES

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