Kisha Supernant

Dr. Kisha Supernant is Métis, director of the Institute of Prairie and Indigenous Archaeology, and an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Alberta. An award-winning teacher, researcher and writer, her research interests include the relationship between cultural identities, landscapes, and the use of space, Métis archaeology, and heart-centered archaeological practice. Her research with Indigenous communities (including Métis and First Nations) in western Canada explores how archaeologists and communities can build collaborative research relationships and develop community-driven projects. She has published in national and international journals. Supernant co-edited two books published in 2020: Archaeologies of the Heart and Blurring Timescapes, Subverting Erasure: Remembering Ghosts on the Margins of History.

Article by Kisha Supernant

Dog Train and Cariole
Indigenous Archaeology in Canada