• Indigenous textile art
• Indigenous/colonial intersections
• Museum practices and methodologies
• Collaborative anthropology
I am a PhD student in Anthropology at Carleton University. I take an economic anthropology approach to my research and explore the importance of Indigenous women’s textile arts and the tourism industry in the Canadian Subarctic. I have worked in the Arctic and Subarctic for the past seven years and my previous experience is in museum research.
My approach draws on my work as a collaborative researcher. I intend to take my experiences and foster a learning environment that encourages open dialogue, learning, and listening. I am committed to creating an inclusive environment that supports collaborative learning.
Wenzel, A. (2021) Circling Covid: Making in the Time of a Pandemic. Anthropologica 63(1).
Wenzel, A. (2018) Tufted Caribou Hair Picture. Otsego Alumni Review.
Wenzel, A. (2017) The Literary Pen: Deconstructing the Normalized View of the Indian Residential School Experience”. Platforum: Journal od Graduate Studies in Anthropology 15: 121-143.
Wenzel, A. (2021) Spider Woman’s Knowledge and the Survival of Diné Textile Arts. School of Advanced Research.
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