Tami Hohn

Assistant Teaching Professor
Profile of Tami Hohn

Contact Information

Padelford Hall C-514E
Office Hours
by appointment


Tami Hohn (Puyallup) is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the University of Washington (UW) Department of American Indian Studies. In this role she teaches the Southern Lushootseed language and served as the first Native Knowledge In Residence Coordinator for UW’s Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies (CAIIS). Hohn joined the Department of American Indian Studies informally in Autumn 2017 by teaching drop-in language learning and conversation sessions with her colleague Nancy Jo Bob. By the following Autumn, 2018, Hohn began teaching a yearlong for-credit course in Salish Language and continues these courses each year. In 2022 Hohn added 2 advanced courses for students to continue and advance their Lushootseed studies. This year (2023) marks Hohn’s 30th year in Lushootseed education.