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Lydia Heberling

CLIP Fellow, Graduate Student Instructor
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Lydia Heberling (Yaqui and Apache descent) is a doctoral candidate in the English department and is writing a dissertation about aesthetic and formal innovations in Pacific coast Indigenous arts and literatures. She participated in the 2017 Summer Institute on Global Indigeneities; led the Indigenous pedagogies group on the 2018 EWP’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Collaboration grant, which emphasized collaborative development of writing curriculum grounded in Indigenous pedagogies; and organized the Simpson Center graduate research cluster for Indigenous Studies for 2018-2019. She has taught writing courses on American Indian and Pacific Indigenous literature and media.