About Joshua B Horowitz

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Lecturer

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American Indian StudiesCollege of Ethnic Studies

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TBA

 

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At SF State Since:

Fall 2015

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Born in San Francisco, and raised locally in Marin County, California, Joshua Horowitz earned a Ph.D. in History at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, in September 2014, a M.A. in Humanities, 2008, an M.S. in Education, 2003, and a Teaching Credential in Social Sciences, 2000, from Dominican University of California.  Currently, he is an Adjunct Faculty in History and Humanities and Cultural Studies at Dominican University of California, and a Lecturer in American Indian Studies at San Francisco State University. From his dissertation, "Nakona Wasnonya Yuhabi/Assiniboine Knowledge Keepers: Indigenous Archiving from the 19th into the 21st Centuries,” he intends to publish several articles and a scholarly book. His next project will focus on local sacred sites, material culture, and multiculturalism in the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently, he serves SFSU as a Lecturer, Pathways Seminar, and Program Manager in the Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning.