Joshua Horowitz is a professor of history, a writer, and educational consultant.
A local from Marin County, California, Joshua Horowitz earned a PhD in History at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, in September 2014, a M.A. in Humanities, 2008, an M.S. in Education, 2003, and a Teaching Credential in Social Sciences, 2000, from Dominican University of California, and a B.A. in American Studies from University of California at Santa Cruz, 1994. As of August 2017, he is an Instructor in World History and Hawaiian History at UH Hawaii Community College, in Hilo, Hawaii. From his dissertation, "Nakona Wasnonya Yuhabi/Assiniboine Knowledge Keepers: Indigenous Archiving from the 19th into the 21st Centuries,” he intends to publish articles and a scholarly book. His next project will focus on local Indigenous material cultural objects and cultural practitioners that revere them in Hawaii and San Francisco, whose work helps Indigenous communities globally keep their bodies of knowledge alive for future generations.