Judith Dax̱ootsú Ramos, M.A.T.
- B.A Anthropology
- Master of Arts Teaching, Adult Ed.
- Ph.D. Indigenous Studies (in-Progress)
- Traditional Ecological Knowledge
- Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)
- Traditional Place Names
- Tlingit & Eyak Language
- Traditional Foods and Plants
Judith’s Dax̱ootsú Ramos is Tlingit from Yakutat, Alaska. She taught for the Department of Alaska Native Studies and Rural Development UAF. She is a co-curator for the American Museum of Natural History’s renovation of the Northwest Coast Hall. She is working on her Ph.D. in Indigenous Studies on Tradition Knowledge of Tlingit Seal Hunting. She serves as a clan and tribal historian to her people and is called upon for her clan knowledge on names, clan songs, and clan history.
Daughter of Elaine Abraham and George Ramos, mother of Kai Abraham Monture and Maka Jinatlaa Monture.