Julie Fiveash

Librarian for American Indigenous Studies
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Tozzer Library

Julie Fiveash is Kinyaa'áanii born for Naakai Dine'é. Their maternal grandfather's clan is Táchii'nii and their paternal grandfather's clan is Bilagaana. Julie's pronouns are they/them/theirs and they identify as non-binary. They received their B.A. in Studio Art from Dartmouth College in 2013. They graduated from UCLA with an MLIS in 2021 where they focused on Indigenous Librarianship and worked as an Archival Assistant at UCLA's American Indian Studies Center Library. They recently completed an internship at the Smithsonian Center Folklife and Cultural Heritage, researching Indigenous Language use within the Smithsonian Folkways Festival archives. Their interests include Indigenous librarianship, Indigenous publishing, community archives, zine making, and comic books.