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Kristina Rogers

Graduate Teaching Associate

Advisors: Kallie Kosc and Douglas Miller
Research Interests: Native American History, 19th Century America, women and gender, race

Kristina Rogers is a PhD student studying 19th century Native American History. Rogers' reserach forcuses on Native American women from the Five Southeastern Nation as slaveholders in the ninteenth century. Her dissertation is tentatively titled, “‘But She Was the Real Owner’: Native American Women as Slaveholders, 1800-1865." She recevied her BA in history in 2016 from the University of Tulsa, and her MA also in history in 2018 from the University of Tulsa.

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