Graduate Teaching Associate
Savannah Bronson-Waters (Kiowa/ Ponca/ Muscogee/Choctaw) is currently a PhD student focused on 20th Century America. Savannah's research, driven by oral histories, concentrates on two-spirit people within North American Indigenous cultures. Her other research interests include gender and sexuality within colonial Latin America and the political struggles of 20th Century Latin America. She earned both her B.A. (2017) and M.A. (2019) in history from the University of Central Oklahoma. Go pokes!