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Laura De Vos

Assistant Editor

lmdevos@uw.edu

Laura De Vos is an international student from Belgium working on her dissertation "Spirals of Transformation: Turtle Island Indigenous Social Movements and Literary Imagination" at the University of Washington English Department in Seattle. She received her MA in English Literature and Linguistics and her MBA in Cultural Management from the University of Antwerp, Belgium. She also did selected graduate course work in Gender Studies at the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands. She has volunteered with the Quinault Indian Nation Elder program in different capacities since 2014, and is now working specifically on an intergenerational digital oral history project with the Quinault elder program and the Taholah Education Center. At the University of Washington, Laura teaches courses on Native American and Indigenous Studies issues in the Department of English, the Department of American Indian Studies, and the Interdisciplinary Writing Program.