Centering horses in historical narratives offers scholars a new lens for examining the past and our relationship with it.
A Platform on Representation, Engagement, and Community
Author: Lindsay E. Marshall
Dr. Lindsay E. Marshall (she/her) is EHN’s community coordinator. She's a Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow in American Indian Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and holds a PhD in History from the University of Oklahoma and an MA in Liberal Arts from Stanford University. Lindsay studies the connection between public memory, K-12 education, Native history, and the history of the horse in the American West. Lindsay’s scholarship seeks to re-center Native people and Native history in North America’s historical narratives and public memory. She also serves as social media director for Natsu Puuku, a program dedicated to preserving wild horses and teaching Comanche horsemanship in Oklahoma.