Marisa Duarte

School of Social Transformation
TEMPE
Assistant Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
6403
Assistant Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
6403
Asst Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
6403
Asst Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
6403
Asst Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
6403

Biography

Marisa Duarte researches problems of information, knowledge, and technology in Native American and Indigenous contexts. For example, her most recent work examines tensions between wearable technologies, privacy, and wellbeing among marginalized peoples, specifically among Indigenous and Mexican American women. She also investigates Native and Indigenous peoples uses of social media, construction of large-scale digital infrastructures, and interfaces that allow for the circulation of Indigenous ways of knowing. Her work requires understanding of Western and Indigenous philosophies of science and technology, as well as Indigenous concepts of justice.

Professor Duarte is also a member of the HSCollab, which is a lab within the Global Security Initiative at Arizona State University. She crafts research projects that advance science, technology, and society studies, and also shape the health and wellbeing of the many peoples of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, including the wellbeing of folks in my own tribe, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, and surrounding communities.

 

Education

  • Ph.D. Information Science, University of Washington-Seattle 2013
  • MLIS Library and Information Science, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, 2003
  • B.A. Creative Writing, University of Arizona 2000

 

 

Research Interests

Information science, American Indian Studies, borderlands research, Internet studies, Science, Technology and Society studies, sociotechnical approaches, digital cultures, social computing

Research Group

Publications

Duarte, M.E. (2017) Network Sovereignty: Building the Internet Across Indian Country. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Duarte, M.E. (2017) "Connected Activism: Indigenous Uses of Social Media for Shaping Social Change," Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 21. 

Vigil-Hayes, M., Duarte, M.E., Deschine-Parkhurst, N., Belding, E. (2017) "#Indigenous: Tracking the Connective Actions of Native American Advocates on Twitter," 20th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2017), February 25-March 1, 2017, Portland, Oregon.

Duarte, M.E. (2016) "Uneven Exchanges: Borderlands Violence and the Search for Peace at Sand Creek," Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas de Letras y Cambio Social 16, 1.

Duarte, M.E., Belarde-Lewis, M. (2015) "Imagining: Creating Spaces for Indigenous Ontologies," Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 53, 5-6.

Duarte, M.E. (2014) "Knowledge, Technology, and the Pragmatic Dimensions of Self-Determination," in Woons, M., ed. Restoring Indigenous Self-Determination. Bristol, UK: E-IR Publications.

Research Activity

Indigenous Science, Technology, and Society Studies summit at University of Albany, 2017-present.

ADViSR: Preserving Privacy and Supporting Trustworthiness in Ad-Hoc Multi-Actor Situational Collaborations, NAU/ASU, 2017-present.

Border Quants: Feminist Approaches to Data, Bodies, and Technologies Across Borders at ASU, 2016-present.

Digital Atlas of Native American Intellectual Traditions at Amherst College, 2016-present.

Network Sovereignty: Understanding the Social and Political Implications of Tribal Command of Internet Infrastructure, University of Washington/University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2010-2017.

 

Courses

Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
JUS 303 Justice Theory
JUS 592 Research
JUS 599 Thesis
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
JUS 492 Honors Directed Study
JUS 493 Honors Thesis
JUS 498 Pro-Seminar
JUS 499 Individualized Instruction
JUS 590 Reading and Conference
JUS 592 Research
JUS 593 Applied Project
IED 598 Special Topics
JUS 599 Thesis
JUS 790 Reading and Conference
JUS 792 Research
JUS 799 Dissertation
Summer 2017
Course Number Course Title
JUS 492 Honors Directed Study
JUS 493 Honors Thesis
JUS 498 Pro-Seminar
JUS 499 Individualized Instruction
JUS 592 Research
JUS 593 Applied Project
JUS 599 Thesis
JUS 790 Reading and Conference
JUS 792 Research
JUS 799 Dissertation
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
JUS 592 Research
Fall 2016
Course Number Course Title
JUS 303 Justice Theory
JUS 492 Honors Directed Study
JUS 493 Honors Thesis
WST 497 Honors Colloquium
JUS 497 Honors Colloquium
JUS 498 Pro-Seminar
JUS 499 Individualized Instruction
JUS 590 Reading and Conference
JUS 592 Research
JUS 593 Applied Project
SST 598 Special Topics
JUS 598 Special Topics
WST 598 Special Topics
JUS 599 Thesis
JUS 790 Reading and Conference
JUS 792 Research
JUS 799 Dissertation
Summer 2016
Course Number Course Title
JUS 492 Honors Directed Study
JUS 493 Honors Thesis
JUS 498 Pro-Seminar
JUS 499 Individualized Instruction
JUS 592 Research
JUS 599 Thesis
JUS 790 Reading and Conference
JUS 792 Research
JUS 799 Dissertation
Spring 2016
Course Number Course Title
WST 497 Honors Colloquium
JUS 497 Honors Colloquium
WST 598 Special Topics
SST 598 Special Topics
JUS 598 Special Topics
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
WST 497 Honors Colloquium
JUS 497 Honors Colloquium
WST 598 Special Topics
SST 598 Special Topics
JUS 598 Special Topics

Honors/Awards

Sequoyah Fellow, American Indian Science and Engineering Society, 2017

Chancellor's Post-Doctoral Fellow in American Indian Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2013-2015

Mellon-Sawyer Pre-Doctoral Fellow in B/ordering Violence, University of Washington Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2012-2013

Institute of Museum and Library Services Washington Doctoral Initiative Fellow, The Information School at the University of Washington, 2008-2012

Professional Associations

<p>Association of Internet Researchers</p> <p>Native American and Indigenous Studies Association</p> <p>American Indian Science and Engineering Society</p>

Service

Faculty Women of Color Caucus Leadership Circle, ASU, 2017-present

Ethnic Studies Working Group, ASU, 2016-present

 

 

Work History

<p>Assistant Professor, School of Social Transformation, Arizona State University, 2015-present</p> <p>Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow, American Indian Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2013-2015</p> <p>Mellon-Sawyer Predoctoral Fellow, University of Washington Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2012-2013</p> <p>Teaching Assistant, the Information School at the University of Washington, 2011-2012</p> <p>Research Assistant, the Indigenous Information Research Group at the Information School at the University of Washington, 2008-2013</p> <p>Children's Librarian, Fresno County Public Library, 2007-2008</p> <p>Reference and Instruction Librarian, ASU Fletcher Library, 2004-2006</p> <p>Reference Assistant, Catholic University of America Mullen Library, 2001-2003</p>

Board

Board Member, Tribal Telecom and Technology Summit, 2013-2015