Edward Pasqual Dozier (born Eduardo de Pascua Dozier, 1916 in Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico – 1971 in Tucson, Arizona) was a Pueblo Native American anthropologist and linguist who studied Native Americans and the peoples of northern Luzon in the Philippines.
Dozier was of Tewa ethnicity, from Santa Clara Pueblo. He spoke only Tewa to the age of 12. His father, Thomas Dozier, was an Anglo-American schoolteacher who was adopted into a Tewa clan. His mother, Maria Lucaria Gutierrez, was a member of the Tewa Badger clan (her Tewa name was P'oo kwi tsaawaa). Eduardo and his siblings were raised as members of the Winter moiety of the Santa Clara pueblo.
- The Hopi-Tewa of Arizona. University of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology. University of California, Berkeley. 1954.
- Hano: A Tewa Indian Community in Arizona. Thomas Learning, Inc. 2002. ISBN 0-03-075653-7.
- Mountain arbiters: The changing life of a Philippine hill people. University of Arizona Press. 1966.
- The Pueblo Indians of North America. Prospect Heights, Ill: Waveland Press, 1983. 1983. ISBN 0-88133-059-0.
- "New Mexico Office of the State Historian : Edward Dozier (1916-1971)". Archived from the original on 2011-07-18. Retrieved 2009-05-29.
- Marilyn Norcini (2007). Edward P. Dozier: the paradox of the American Indian anthropologist. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. ISBN 0-8165-1790-8.
- "Edward P Dozier". Archived from the original on March 7, 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-29.