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Fall 2015

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Rose K Miron

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Rose Miron is interested in the intersections between memory, public history, gender, and discourses of US empire, colonialism and imperialism. Her research focuses American Indians in the 20th and 21st century, and her proposed dissertation project explores self-representation in the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican tribal museum.


Educational Background

  • B.A.: History, minor in Spanish, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2013.

Publications

  • “Sacrificing Comfort for Complexity: Presenting Difficult Narratives in Public History.” History at Work blog, 2014. http://publichistorycommons.org/sacrificing-comfort-for-complexity/
  • “How Do We Talk About Imperialism?” Guantánamo Public Memory Project Blog, 2013. http://blog.gitmomemory.org/2013/12/16/how-do-we-talk-about-imperialism/
  • “Bringing Guantánamo to St. Paul Minnesota: A Digital Project.” Co-authored by Rose Miron and Amber Annis. North Dakota Quarterly, 2012.

Awards

  • Class of 1889 Memorial Paper Prize, University of Minnesota Department of History, for “Hearing Their Stories: The Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohicans Tribal Nation of Wisconsin.”, 2014
  • Honorable Mention, Best Student Paper Prize, Native American Indigenous Studies Association for “Fighting for Their Tribal Bible: The Struggle for Mohican Self-Determination.” , 2013
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