Women & Gender, Slavery
History of Capitalism
Research and Creative Activities
I am currently finishing my dissertation titled Captive Economies: Gender, Captivity, and the Politics of Reproduction in the Northeastern Borderlands, 1630-1763, where I compare the creation of Englihs and Native captive trade networks for what that can tell us about human fungibility, commodification, and the centrality of captive bodies for social reproduction and the reproduction of geo-political power. I am also interested in the colonial roots of the modern day trafficking and disappearance of Native women.
BA (Magna cum laude) History & English, UW-Eau Claire
MA History, UW-Eau Claire
Ph. D. Candidate, University of Minnesota