Dolores Calderón is an associate professor of youth, society, and justice at Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies at Western Washington University. As a researcher who embodies the complicated subjectivities of the U.S./Mexico border—Mexican (settler/arrivant), Indigenous (Pueblo), and U.S. citizen—she is interested in researching and participating in work that untangles and unpacks the complicated way multiple colonialisms impact decolonial thinking and practices, specifically in educational curriculum. As a former social studies teacher and educational outreach worker, she is interested in exposing problematics often overlooked in larger educational research. Areas of study include critical Indigenous studies in education, curriculum, multicultural education, and epistemology and education. She has published in Qualitative Inquiry, Harvard Educational Review, and Anthropology and Education Quarterly.