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Judith Dax̱ootsú Ramos, M.A.T.

Project Coordinator, Haa Yoo X’atángi Deiyí: Our Language Pathway, 
Arts and Sciences - Humanities


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  • 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
  • Ethnohistory
  • Tlingit & Eyak Language
  • Traditional Foods and Plants


Ramos, J. (2020). Tlingit Hunting along the Edge: Ice Floe Harbor Seal Hunting in Yakutat Bay, Alaska. In 1198890918 895184514 A. Crowell (ED.), Arctic crashes: People and animals in the changing north. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Scholarly Press.

Ramos, Judith and Rachel Mason, 2004. Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Tlingit People Concerning the Sockeye Salmon Fishery of the Dry Bay Area, A Cooperative Agreement between National Park Service and the Yakutat Tlingit Tribe, Yakutat, Alaska, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, (FIS Project 01-091) 2004.

Abraham, Elaine and Judith Ramos “This is Kuxaankutaan’s (Dr. de Laguna’s) Song”, Sharing Our Knowledge, Sergei Kan (ed), Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 2014 and in Arctic Anthropology 43(2): 14-19


Alaska Anthropology Association, Association for American Indian Affairs


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.


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