Great Plains Fellows: Place studies

Place studies
Brian Cannon Professor & Department Chair, History Brigham Young University Agricultural settlement, rural community development, and federal rural policy in the 20th Century
Lee Davis Associate Professor Emeritus, California Studies San Francisco State University Anthropology, American Indian culture, religion
Kalenda Eaton Associate Professor, The Clara Luper Department of African & African American Studies University of Oklahoma Black American West, African American literature, Women’s Studies, Africana Studies
Andrew Graybill Professor, History; Director, Clements Center for Southwest Studies Southern Methodist University North American West history of expansion, borders, race, violence
Johnathan Hladik Policy Director Center for Rural Affairs Farm landscape, environmental policy, clean energy
Jeffrey A. Johnson Professor, History Providence College Radical labor, politics, and reform in the late 19th and early 20th century American West
Charlene Porsild President/CEO The Montana History Foundation North American West, Canadian Studies, Klondike Gold Rush, gender history
Robert Thacker Dana Professor of English and Chair of Canadian Studies St. Lawrence University English, Canadian and Western literature, landscape in literature
Harry Thompson Executive Director, Center for Western Studies Augustana University New West, poststructuralism/theory, South Dakota, Great Plains authors
Clinton White Professor Emeritus Campion College, University of Regina Canadian history