Caroline F Doenmez

Educational Background & Specialties

Educational Background

  • M.A.: Human Rights Studies/Native Studies, Columbia University , New York, 2015.
  • B.A.: Spanish and English Literature, Smith College, Northampton MA, 2009.

Specialties

  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Indigenous Feminisms
  • Native American and Indigenous Studies
  • Politics of Water
Publications
  • Resonant Rivers: Water, Indigenous Relationality and Other Futures: Doenmez, Caroline, Open Rivers: Rethinking Water, Place & Community , 13 , Spring 2019.
  • Book Review, Violence against Indigenous Women: Literature, Activism, Resistance: Doenmez, Caroline, University of Minnesota Press, Journal of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association , Vol. 6, no. 1 180-181 , 2019.
  • Being a good relative: Indigenous doulas reclaiming cultural knowledge to improve health and birth outcomes in Manitoba, Canada: Doenmez, Caroline, Jaime Cidro, Ari Phanlouvong and Ali Fontaine, Frontiers in Women’s Health , Vol. 3, no. 4 1-8, 2018.
  • The Unmournable Body of Cindy Gladue : Doenmez, Caroline, D. Memee Lavell-Harvard , Demeter Press, Forever Loved: Exposing the Hidden Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada , 2016 .
Awards
  • International Thesis Research Travel Grant ($5,000), Graduate School, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, August 2019 - October 2019
  • Graduate Research Partnership Project, University of Minnesota, May 2018 - September 2018
  • Outstanding Teaching and Dedication to Helping Students Learn, Center for Educational Innovation, University of Minnesota, May 2018
  • Council of Graduate Students Travel Award, May 2018
  • College of Liberal Arts Graduate Fellowship (CLAGF), University of Minnesota, August 2016 - Present
  • Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Thesis Stipend Award , April 2015
  • Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights Thesis Stipend Award 2015, January 2015 - October 2015
  • Fellow, Columbia University Global Policy Research , January 2015 - May 2015
  • First Group Scholar, Smith College May 2009