Dr. Michael Doxtater
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Thohahoken Michael Doxtater, PhD (Cornell), Queen’s National Scholar, worked in research and development at all levels of Indigenous society. His background includes Indigenous Knowledge recovery, international development, and organizational development. Specializing in mediation, Doxtater’s career includes work in Oka, Red Hill Valley, Tutelo Heights, Eagles Nest, Brantford, and grassroots community organizing at the Six Nations of the Grand River—his home territory. He produced scholarship, journalism, documentaries, and broadcast dramas for formal and informal audiences in Canada and the United States. Doxtater is a Mohawk from the Turtle Clan family of Satekariwate. He is an 8th generation descendent of Mohawk leader Joseph Brant.
PhD (Education) Cornell University
MSc (Adult Learning and Life Sciences) Cornell University
BA (History) McMaster University