HUNAP Welcomes a New Doctoral Fellow

October 5, 2016
HUNAP Welcomes a New Doctoral Fellow

Beginning this fall, Wade Campbell (Diné) starts a new role in the office as a HUNAP Resident Doctoral Fellow. Wade will join current doctoral fellow, Kathleen Jackson (Wiradjuri), and have an office at HUNAP.

Native doctoral students at Harvard have the opportunity to apply to become a Resident Doctoral Fellow. If selected, they are given office space at HUNAP and access to office resources. In return, HUNAP regularly calls on our doctoral fellows for support and program assistance. 

Wade is currently a third-year doctoral student in the Department of Anthropology at Harvard. He was raised in Gallup, NM and attended Yale University for his undergraduate degree. A 2015 Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellow, his research interests focus on Navajo (Diné) archaeology in the American Southwest, in particular the historical relationship between Navajos and Spaniards during the 17th and 18th centuries and the results of colonial impacts on traditional settlement and subsistence practices.