Professor of Politics
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Kevin Bruyneel is Professor of Politics at Babson College. His latest book is Settler Memory: The Disavowal of Indigeneity in the Political Life of Race in the United States, published in the Critical Indigeneities Series of the University of North Carolina Press in 2021. His first book was The Third Space of Sovereignty: The Postcolonial Politics of U.S.-Indigenous Relations. He presently writes on race, colonialism, racial capitalism, masculinity, and abolitionism. He is treasurer and council member of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, and a board member of Political Research Associates, a social justice research and strategy center devoted to supporting organizations, civic leaders, journalists, and social sectors that are building a more just and inclusive democratic society in which supremacist, masculinist, and authoritarian forces no longer wield cultural or political power. He is a settler scholar, born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, the traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. At Babson College, Bruyneel teaches courses in Critical Race and Indigenous Studies, Political Theory, American Politics, and Radical Politics.