Ilaheva Tuaone

Assistant Professor, Native American & Indigenous Studies
Kraemer Family Library (KFL)
Endowed Storytelling Professor, University of Colorado

Dr. N.S. ‘Ilaheva Tua'one, a Tongan-American, received her PhD. In British and American Literature from the University of Utah in 2020. She is the Assistant Professor of Native American & Indigenous Studies in the Women's and Ethnic Studies Program, and the Inaugural Kraemer Family Library Storytelling Professor at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. She was the Inaugural Predoctoral Mellon Pacificka Fellow in 2019, a member of the Pacific Islands Studies Initiative at the University of Utah, and served a Governor's appointment on the board of Utah Humanities. Her writing can be found in Eighteenth-Century Studies, Strategies for Successful Writing, and the Journal of Undergraduate Honors Theses. She lives with her wife Lucy Terzis, and two cats, Maria and Paloma Bonfoy, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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