Originally from Amiskwaciwâskahikan, Michelle McGeough is a Métis scholar and artist. Prior to accepting her current position as an Assistant Professor at Concordia University, she taught at the University of British Columbia. Dr. McGeough received her PhD in Indigenous art histories from the University of New Mexico. Her research interests have focused on the indigenous two-spirit identity. Presently she is working on a manuscript that examines Indigenous understandings of gender fluidity and the impact these notions have on artistic production. Other areas of her research include the application of Indigenous research methodologies and the incorporation of these ways of knowing into the development of curriculum and the curation of contemporary and historic Indigenous art.
Dr. McGeough also has a B.F.A. from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, A.F.A. from Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico and B.Ed. from the University of Alberta.
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