Phillip White-Cree has been appointed instructor of history in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at Clarkson University.
He will train the courses “Historical Narrative Through an Indigenous Lens” and “Indigenous North The usa Write-up Make contact with.” He will also provide as Coordinator of Indigenous Community Assistance and Outreach within Clarkson’s Main Inclusion Office.
White-Cree was born and elevated in the regular Kanienʼkehá꞉ka (Mohawk) territory of Akwesasne and is a member of the Turtle Clan. Rising up in Akwesasne, he been given his education in both equally New York and Ontario, graduating from Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School in 2006.
He attended Carleton College and then transferred to the Syracuse College College of Architecture where by he was awarded his bachelor of architecture degree cum laude in 2012 with a thesis concentrated on Haudenosaunee sovereignty and architecture.
Since then, White-Cree had worked serving his residence group at the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne in many departments, like wellness, training and complex expert services. For the very last 8 years, he has labored in the Aboriginal Legal rights and Study Office as a senior researcher, concentrating on land statements, historic investigate, cultural training, and archeology. Currently, he has been employed to be the Coordinator of Indigenous Assistance and Outreach less than the Main Inclusion Business whilst nevertheless remaining an Teacher of Record within the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences.”