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Native American and Indigenous Studies

Adjunct Faculty

Dr. Angela Jaime, Ph.D.

Vice-Dean Indigenous in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan

Adjunct Professor of Native American and Indigenous Studies at the University of Wyoming

B.A.,  California State University
M.A.,  San Francisco State University
Ph.D., Purdue University (2005)                       

 View her CV



In Preparation

Jaime, A.M. (Ed). (December 2019). Proposal submission for an edited volume on Native American & Indigenous Education, a reader. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Refereed Journal Articles:

Jaime, A.M. & Cho, J. (2017). A postcolonial reflection in the audacity of hope: Toward a pedagogy with/for an understanding heart. Multicultural Education Review, vol. 9(4).


Roxas, K., Reed, W.A., Jaime, A.M. & Nelly Velez, V. (2015). Educating for democracy, social justice throughout the National Network for Educational Renewal. National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER). University of Connecticut. Vol. 7, pp. 10-36.


Rios, F., Roxas, K., Cho, J., Jaime, A., & Becker, K. (2015, September). Critical cosmopolitan multicultural education (CCME). Journal of Multicultural Educational Review.


Munoz, E., Jaime, A.M., McGriff, D. & Molina, A. H. (2012, January). Assessment of student learning: Estudios Chicanas/os cultivating engaged global citizens. Teaching Sociology.


Rogers, C., & Jaime, A. M. (May 2010). Listening to the community: Guidance from Native community members for emerging culturally responsive educators.  Equity and Excellence in Education.


Jaime, A. M. (2008, December). Native women: Decolonization and the transcendence of identity. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 10(2).


Jaime, A.M., & Rios, F. (2007, December). Negotiation and resistance amidst the overwhelming presence of Whiteness: A Native American faculty and student perspective. Taboo: Journal of Culture and Negotiation, Winter/Fall, 37-54.


Zamudio, M., Rios, F., & Jaime, A. M.  (2006, Fall-Winter). Thinking critically about difference: Analytical tools for 21st century. Equity and Excellence in Education, 41(2), 215-229.


Jaime, A. M. (2004, September). A room without a view from within the ivory towers. American Indian Quarterly, 27(1 & 2), 252-263.


Non-Referred Journal Articles:

Rush, T., Miller, V., & Jaime. A. (2007, April). Five plus research-based methods for teachers of American Indian/Alaska Native students. Published in the conference proceedings of the Catching the Dream Foundation, 12th Annual Exemplary Institute.  Albuquerque, NM.


Non-Referred Chapters Book:

Jaime, A.M. & Russell, C.C. (March 2019). TribalCrit Theory and Blood Quantum (place holder). In Han, K.T. & Laughter, J. (June 2018). Critical race theory in teacher education: Coalitions for the future. Teachers College Press.


Jaime, A. & Stagner, T. (2018, September). Counter-narrative of two Native Women in higher Education.  Rethinking 21st Century Diversity in K-12 Education: Promises, Perils and Provocations. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Jaime, A. & Tate, B. (2016). Hope for a better tomorrow: A personal narrative on the need for acceptance in teacher education programs: A personal narrative. In Mikulec, E.A. & Chamness Miller, P. (2015). Queering Classroom: Personal narratives and educational practices to support LGBTQ youth in schools. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Russell, C. & Jaime, A.M. (2014). “Tolerance and diversity cut many ways”: Conservatism and the American Indian Studies classroom. In Orelus, P. & Brock, R. (2014). Interrogating critical pedagogy: The voices of educators of color in the movement. NY: Routledge.


Jaime, A.M. (2014). Tōku Aotearoa Hāerenga; Strengthening social justice in teacher education through international field experiences. In Sharma, S, Rahatzad, J. & Phillion, J. (2014). Internationalizing teacher education for social justice: Theory, research, and practice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Jaime, A. M. & Rush, R. T. (2012). A three-part strategy for assuring culturally relevant pedagogy for American Indian Children. In Klug, B. & McCarthy, J. (2011). Standing together: Indigenous education as culturally responsive pedagogy. Association of Teacher Educators.


Jaime, A. M., & Russell, C. C. (Spring, 2010). Reaching Native American families. In Miller-Marsh, M. & Vorbeck, T. (Eds.). Learning to listen to families in schools. NY: Teachers College Press.


Jaime, A. (2008). Stories of successful Native American women in academia. In Phillion, J. & He, M. F. (Eds.). Research for social justice: Personal~passionate~participatory inquiry (pp. 217-232).  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Faculty Name

Teaching: Dr. Angela Jaime joined the University of Wyoming fall 2004. An enrolled member of the Pit River and Valley Maidu of northern California, Professor Jaime earned her BA at California State University, Sacramento in Ethnic Studies with a concentration in American Indian Studies, her MA at San Francisco State University in the College of Ethnic Studies with an American Indian studies focus, and her PhD from Purdue University in Curriculum Studies. Professor Jamie specializes in American Indian education, the study of Native women and their experiences in higher education, mulitcultural education, and Women's Studies.

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