I am an historian at Mount Holyoke College, located in the Kwinitekw (Connecticut) River Valley. In 2019 I will be joining the History faculty at Williams College. I use my scholarship and teaching to build stronger understandings of Indigenous peoples--past and present--and the complex relationships they have developed with place, heritage, and colonization. I explore the stories diverse communities tell about history, and how accountings of the past can assist us in creating more just and sustainable futures for humans and the earth.
I live and work in the Native Northeast/New England. I am committed to highlighting new approaches to this region as well as its far-reaching connections to North American and global communities.
Top: Trustom Pond by Narragansett Bay and Long Island Sound. Photograph by Christine DeLucia. Right: Memory Lands, published by Yale University Press (Jan. 2018)
Upcoming author events
Nov. 27, 2018: “Landscapes of Resistance and Resilience after King Philip’s War.” Book talk, American Antiquarian Society, Worcester MA, 7 pm. Free and open to the public.