Heather J. Shotton

About

Heather J. Shotton is a member of the Wichita & Affiliated Tribes, and is also of Kiowa and Cheyenne descent. She currently serves as an Assistant Professor in Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma. Her research focuses on Native American student success, Indigenous higher education, and Indigenous women in the academy.

Author's Books

Beyond Access

Indigenizing Programs for Native American Student Success

Paperback
$39.95
E-Book

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$39.95

Beyond the Asterisk

Understanding Native Students in Higher Education

Paperback
$42.00
E-Book

E-books are now distributed via RedShelf or VitalSource

You will choose the vendor in the cart as part of the check out process. These vendors offer a more seamless way to access the ebook, and add some great new features including text-to-voice. You own your ebook for life, it is simply hosted on the vendors website, working much like Kindle and Nook. Click here to see more detailed information on this process.

$42.00