Papaschase Cree Nation
Dr. Kisha Supernant is Métis/Papaschase/British and the Director of the Institute of Prairie and Indigenous Archaeology at the University of Alberta. An award-winning teacher, researcher and writer, she is interested in Indigenous archaeology, heart-centered archaeological practice and the uses of technology to explore the past. She is the Director of the Exploring Métis Identity Through Archaeology (EMITA) project, a collaborative research project which takes a relational approach to exploring the material past of Métis communities in western Canada. Recently, she has been helping Indigenous communities relocate the resting places of their relatives who never came home from Indian residential schools.