Public Scholarship and Citizenship



“Martin Case’s ‘The Relentless Business of Treaties: How Indigenous Land Became U.S. Property’” East Side Freedom Library blog November 5, 2019

“Treaties Matter” Reposted Minnesota Humanities Center blog April 11, 2019

“Treaties Matter” East Side Freedom Library blog April 2, 2019



“Sovereign Nations: An Introduction to the Nation-to-Nation Treaty Relationship Between the United States and American Indian Tribes.”The Panorama: Expansive Views from The Journal of the Early Republic. October 17, 2017.

“Historical Perspectives on Tribal Sovereignty and the Environment.”H-Net Book Channel. April 27, 2017.

“Essay Blogs for the Pioneer Girl Project.” South Dakota Historical Society Press. Summer 2017.

Recent Select Presentations and Invited Talks


East Side Freedom Library and Metropolitan State University: St. Paul, MN Roundtable “Public Scholarship and Community Engagement”: February 28.


Annual Conference of the Midwest World History Association: Minneapolis, MN Roundtable: Modern Misconceptions, Identities, and Ideologies in the History Classroom: How to Teach Against the (White Supremacist) Grain September 20.


University of Minnesota, Morris NASNTI Post-Doc Fellow Presentation: Morris, MN “Power and Borders: The 1825 Prairie du Chien Treaty Council” April 25.