Ashley C. Hall, Ph.D., is a lecturer in Native American Studies at Sonoma State University. His current courses include Native Americans & The Cinema and Philosophic Systems &Sacred Movements.
Dr. Hall’s research has focused on Native American philosophies and religions, ethnohistorical development, language, and linguistics. He is involved in the development of Native American Studies curriculum and pedagogy.
Dr. Hall has presented at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Conference, the Cross Cultural Colloquia Series, the North East Modern Language Association Conference, and the 30th Annual Great Basin Anthropology Conference, among others. His work has appeared in Post-Colonial Composition Pedagogy: Using the Cultures of Marginalized Students to Teach Writing, and in Sovereignty, Separatism and Survivance: Critical Encounters in Native American Literature.
Dr. Hall’s Ph.D. dissertation for the University of California, Davis, (2009), is titled The Towaoc Bear Dance and Nuche National Identity.