Zoe Eddy, PhD

Lecturer on Anthropology, Harvard University
Dr. Zoe Antoinette Eddy is a Huron-Wendat and Ojibwe scholar. She received her PhD from Harvard University's Department of Anthropology in 2019. She specializes in Indigenous studies. Her research interests are tourism and markets, archaeology, museum studies, material culture, animal studies, art, literature, higher education, advocacy networks, engaged anthropology, and community education. In addition to her scholastic work, Eddy has published fiction and non-fiction in various Indigenous literary journals.

Education

  • PhD Harvard University

Contact

zeddy@fas.harvard.edu