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About Christina Gish Hill

My research focuses on Plains Indian culture and history, Indigenous constructions of sovereignty, political negotiations between Indigenous peoples and nation-states and the impact of kin relationships on this process, social organization, gender, identity, and representation. I am also interested in Indigenous knowledge of plant breeding, particularly corn, the impact of this knowledge of Western breeding practices, as well as current struggles for food sovereignty and Native efforts to return to pre-colonial practices of subsistence.

Positions

2011 - Present Faculty Member, Iowa State University American Indian Studies Program
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2011 - Present Faculty Member, Iowa State University Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture
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2011 - Present Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Iowa State University Department of World Languages and Cultures
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2009 - 2011 Lecturer in Anthropology and American Indian Studies, Iowa State University Department of Anthropology
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2008 - 2009 Visiting Assistant Professor in Anthropology, College of William and Mary
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2007 - 2008 Visiting Assistant Professor in American Studies, Wesleyan University
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2006 - 2007 Instructor in Anthropology, Cloud College
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Curriculum Vitae



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Education

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2008 PhD, American Studies, University of Minnesota
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1998 BA, Anthropology, University of Chicago
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Contact Information

2232 Pearson
505 Morrill Rd
Ames, IA 50011-2103
Phone: 515-294-0101

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Peer-Reviewed Articles (2)

Book Chapters (1)

Book Reviews (5)