Native American & Indigenous Studies
Sisseton and Wahpeton Dakota, Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Reservation
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“2,229: John Joseph Mathews, the Osage Tribal Museum, and the emergence of an indigenous museum model,” Wicazo Sa Review, forthcoming
“Fort Lewis College Voices: Centering Research in Our Communities," Panel Organizer and Chair, American Indian Studies Association Conference, Tempe, Arizona, February 2016
“Introduction to Digital Storytelling,” workshop presented at Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums, June 2015
“Fort Lewis Indian School, 1911—2011: Education, Race and Citizenship,” Paper, Western Historical Association Meeting, October 2014
November 2016 - Dr. Majel Boxer was awarded a research fellowship from the Buffalo Bill Center of The West to explore the cultural arts of Dakota women and men with particular focus on 19th and early 20th century materials and techniques.