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Past Native American Visiting Student Award Recipients

Denetdale, Jennifer R., Northern Arizona University. Stories from the Daughters and Sons of Juanita and Chief Manuelito: A Navajo Oral History, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault and William C. Sturevant from July 21, 1997 through August 21, 1997.

Harris, Alexandra N., University of California, Los Angeles. Reinventing Native American Identity Through the Lens, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joanna Scherer from July 1, 2000 through July 21, 2000.

Humphries, Laura C., University of Kentucky. Material Matters and Identity Politics, at the National Museum of the American Indian with Ramiros Matos from June 3, 2002 through August 9, 2002.

Klopotek, Brian R., University of Minnesota. Federa; Recognition and Cultural Persistence amoung Louisiana Indian Groups, at the National Museum of American History with Rayna Green from January 4, 2000 through March 3, 2000.

Larson, Jonella D., Harvard University. The Indigenization of a Conventional Western Institution, at the National Museum of Natural History with Aron L. Crowell from August 4, 2008 through October 13, 2008.

Lewis, David G., University of Oregon. Researching the Grand Ronde tribes of Oregon, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from June 1, 1998 through August 7, 1998.

Lonetree, Amy J., University of California, Berkeley. The Politics of Display: Museum Representations of Native Americans at the British Museum and the National Museum of the American Indian,at the National Museum of the American Indian with Gabrielle Tayac from October 1, 2001 through November 1, 2001.

Loyer, Stacey Anna-Marie, Carleton University, Canada. Finding Histories in Onkwehonke Beadwork, at the National Museum of the American Indian with Ann McMullen and Cecile Ganteaume from November 3, 2009 through December 15, 2009.

Mayes, Arion T., University of Colorado. Sketetal Analysis of Mound Burials from Illinois Bluff, at the National Museum of Natural History with Douglas Owsely from January 18, 1999 through March 26, 1999.

Metcalf, Jessica R., University of Arizona. Indigenous Haute Couture, at the National Museum of the American Indian with Ann McMullen from June 8, 2007 through July 6, 2007.

Mitchell, Denise P., University of Oregon. Researching tribes of South West Oregon, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from July 1, 1998 through August 25, 1998.

Mosteller, Kelli Jean, University of Texas. The Cultural Politics of Land: Allotment Amoung the Potawatomi, Chickasaw, and Kiowa in Indian Territory 1860-1900, at the National Museum of American History with Rayna D. Green from July 14, 2008 through August 15, 2008.

Mt. Pleasant, Alyssa, Cornell University. Buffalo Creek: Social History of an Iroquois Community, at the National Museum of Natural History with William Sturtevant from June 24, 2002 through July 27, 2002.

Neil-Binion, Denise Renae, University of New Mexico. The Delaware Indians and the Development of Prairie Style Beadwork, at the National Museum of the American Indian with Ann McMullen from December 27, 2010 through January 14, 2011.

Niro, Shelley, University of Western Ontario, Canada. Joseph Brant and His Exodus from the Mohawk Valley in New York, at the National Museum of American History with Rayna Green from February 3,1997 through February 7,1997.

Redcorn-Miller, Maria K., Columbia University. Renegotiating Community Boundaries: Kiowa Painting in the First Half of 20th Century, at the National Museum of Natural History with Candace Greene from August 4, 2008 through September 5, 2008.

Stark, Heidi J., University of Minnesota. “We Think Our Country is a Large Matter to Us:” Expressions of Anishinaabe Land Tenure in Treaty Making, at the National Museum of American History with Rayna Green and Dorothy Lippert from May 29, 2006 through June 16, 2006.

Tone-Pah-Hote, Jenny E., University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Envisioning Nationhood: Kiowa Expressive Culture 1900-1950, at the National Museum of Natural History with Candace Greene from June 5, 2006 through August 4, 2006.

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