Organization of Educational Historians Annual Meeting
September 29-September 30, 2023
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE and
Conference Theme: PARTNER OR INTRUDER? REVISITING THE HISTORICAL ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN EDUCATION
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KEYNOTE SPEAKER- DR. DAVID E. WILKINS
David E. Wilkins is a citizen of the Lumbee Nation of North Carolina. He earned his Ph.D. in political science with a concentration in comparative politics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His scholarship focuses on Native politics and governance, with particular attention on the transformations that Indigenous governments have both coercively and voluntarily engaged in from pre-colonial times to the present. The concepts of Native sovereignty, self-determination, and diplomacy are at the heart of Wilkins' research and teaching. He dedicates much of his work on the political and legal relationships between Native nations and the intergovernmental affairs between Native peoples and states and Native peoples and the federal government. He has been a visiting professor at Dartmouth College, Harvard University, and Wake Forest University, and author or editor of numerous of books, including "Documents of Native American Political Development" (Oxford, 2019), "Red Prophet: The Punishing Intellectualism of Vine Deloria, Jr." (Fulcrum, 2018), "Dismembered: Native Disenrollment and the Battle for Basic Human Rights" (with Shelly Hulse Wilkins, University of Washington Press, 2017), and "Hollow Justice: Indigenous Claims Against the U.S." (Yale, 2013). You can read Dr. Wilkins’ full biography here: https://jepson.richmond.edu/faculty/bios/dwilkins/