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Jeremy Green

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Department of Humanities

Assistant Professor

Email: jdg9@yorku.ca


Tehota'kerá:ton, Dr. Jeremy D. Green, is Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk), wolf clan and from the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. As both a scholar and Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) of Indigenous language learning and acquisition in adult and youth learners over the past 25 years, Dr. Green’s transformative research and teaching is at the forefront of efforts to ensure that Canadian Indigenous languages and traditional cultures not only survive but thrive.

Tehota'kerá:tons completed research to date has focused on diverse localized language acquisition and status planning for indigenous language proficiency development for Rotinonhsión:ni (Six Nations) and other indigenous nations and communities. Tehota'kerá:ton also provides training and information to support these localized indigenous language acquisition planning efforts to create new speakers of indigenous languages focusing primarily on strategic planning for teaching, learning, assessment, evaluation, language use and conversational and ceremonial language and dynamic cultural practices.

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Degrees

PhD Hawaiian and Indigenous Languages Revitalization, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo

Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1206 6.0 A Indigenous Culture and Language LECT
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/INDG1050 6.0 A Introduction to Indigenous Studies LECT


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/INDG1050 6.0 A Introduction to Indigenous Studies LECT
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1206 6.0 A Indigenous Culture and Language LECT


Tehota'kerá:ton, Dr. Jeremy D. Green, is Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk), wolf clan and from the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. As both a scholar and Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) of Indigenous language learning and acquisition in adult and youth learners over the past 25 years, Dr. Green’s transformative research and teaching is at the forefront of efforts to ensure that Canadian Indigenous languages and traditional cultures not only survive but thrive.

Tehota'kerá:tons completed research to date has focused on diverse localized language acquisition and status planning for indigenous language proficiency development for Rotinonhsión:ni (Six Nations) and other indigenous nations and communities. Tehota'kerá:ton also provides training and information to support these localized indigenous language acquisition planning efforts to create new speakers of indigenous languages focusing primarily on strategic planning for teaching, learning, assessment, evaluation, language use and conversational and ceremonial language and dynamic cultural practices.

Degrees

PhD Hawaiian and Indigenous Languages Revitalization, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1206 6.0 A Indigenous Culture and Language LECT
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/INDG1050 6.0 A Introduction to Indigenous Studies LECT


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/INDG1050 6.0 A Introduction to Indigenous Studies LECT
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1206 6.0 A Indigenous Culture and Language LECT