Elise Boxer

Elise Boxer (Dakota), associate professor of history and Native American studies at the University of South Dakota and director of the Institute of American Indian Studies, focuses her research on Mormon settler colonialism and indigeneity. In her professional and personal work, she is interested in reclaiming Dakota cultural practices and teaches cultural arts to USD students. Her most important work happens as a mother to three young boys.
From the Skin From the Skin
From the Skin

From the Skin

Defending Indigenous Nations Using Theory and Praxis

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