The Phi Alpha Theta Lecture Series & CTR Library Faculty Profile Series

The Making of Nebraska Boundaries

Dr. Chris Steinke
Assistant Professor of History
University of Nebraska at Kearney

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Time & Place: 3:30 pm, Room 140 Copeland Hall
FREE and open to the public

Dr. Chris SteinkeDr. Chris Steinke’s work focuses on Indigenous history in the Great Plains. His research has appeared in the journals Great Plains Quarterly, William and Mary Quarterly, and Ethnohistory. His article “Women in Bullboats: Indigenous Women Navigate the Upper Missouri River” won the American Society for Ethnohistory’s 2018 Robert F. Heizer Award. He is currently at work on a book manuscript entitled Plains Corridor: Indigenous Mobility and Power on the Missouri River.

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