Bimadoshka Pucan

Dr. Bimadoshka Pucan

Assistant Professor, Indigenous Studies

Bimadoshka Pucan, PhD'19, MPH'14, BAhons'13,  is Anishinaabe from Saugeen First Nation.  She is a community-based researcher and focuses on oral history and the Indigenous Oral Tradition.  Her seminal research, the digitization of 1930s audio recordings of Anishinaabeg Medicine Songs and Stories, culminated in the award-winning, Voices of Chief's Point cultural exhibition. Bimadoshka proudly represents her Chief and Council as an Advisor to the Newberry Institute's Indigenous Chicago Project. She is a Jingle Dress dancer, and you will find her travelling across Turtle Island during Powwow Season.