Benedict Colombi

Assistant Professor University of Arizona

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Benedict J. Colombi, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of the American Indian Studies Graduate Interdisciplinary Program, the School of Anthropology, and the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Arizona. He also holds a faculty appointment in the newly formed, Institute of the Environment, a center for disciplinary and interdisciplinary environmental and climate change research. He is Past Program Chair of the American Anthropological Association, Anthropology & Environment section, a 2010-11 Faculty Fellow with the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, and a Fellow with The Society for Applied Anthropology. His area of specialization lies at the intersection of Indigenous resource management, sustainability, and globalization. Recent publications include (Colombi and Brooks 2012), Keystone Nations: Indigenous Peoples and Salmon across the North Pacific (Advanced Seminar Series, School for Advanced Research) and a number of articles and chapters based on research with the Nez Perce Tribe (Nimiipuu) about large dams, salmon, and the regional economy in the Columbia River basin. He also pursues interests in expanding his research to include Southwestern Indigenous people and watersheds; complimented with field studies of Indigenous resources/management in Russia, Canada, Norway, Iceland, Tasmania, Chile, and the United States.


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