Katya Schoenberg, BA

Katya Schoenberg is the coordinator of a domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking response and advocacy program for the United Houma Nation, that provides culturally-sensitive services to survivors who are tribal members.  Although not a student at Tulane, she has been in conversation with Dr. Catherine Burnette who works specifically on issues effecting American Indian people and is interested in expanding her research experience.  Originally from Berkeley CA, she received her B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Education from UCLA in 2014.  She is interested in inter-generational and historical trauma, the legacy of colonization, and how trauma impacts individuals through family lineage and cultural memory.