Daniel Archuleta

Graduate Student

B.A. in U.S. History, with a Minor in Native Studies, University of California, Riverside

Research Areas

Indigenous Futurities, Decolonization, Settler Colonialism

Contact Information
Department of History

The research I am engaged in is focused on O’odham Tribal history. Specifically, O’odham technologies, such as songs/ceremonies, as a means of both resistance and healing. My research is also deeply concerned with Indigenous futurities, exploring history as a future making process, and placing Indigenous epistemologies at the forefront of my historical analysis.