Grant: Neil Dodge

Neil Dodge (History) won a Summer Research Award for Graduate Students from Brigham Young University's Charles Redd Center for Western Studies. He will use the award to conduct research and write a dissertation chapter, "Reimagined People: Captives as Beloved Kin, 1846-1868."  His dissertation traces the changing parameters of Navajo identity in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He is a doctoral candidate and also a citizen of the Navajo Nation.

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