PhD, is the Chair in History of Indigenous
Art in North America, a joint appointment with the University of Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. She leads The Transactive Memory Keepers: Indigenous Public Engagement in Digital and New Media Labs and Exhibitions project. Nagam’s recent publications include “Traveling soles:
Tracing the footprints of our stolen sisters” (2017) and “Deciphering the refusal of the digital and binary codes of sovereignty/self-determination and civilized/savage” (2016). An actively practicing artist, Nagam’s work has been shown nationally and internationally. She is currently creating new works for Nuit Blanche in Toronto and the Smithsonian in New York, among others.