After eleven years as a high school history teacher, Lindsay Marshall is now a doctoral candidate at the University of Oklahoma where she studies the connection between public memory, K-12 education, Native history, and the history of the horse in the American West. Her MA work at Stanford University focused on German public memory about the Holocaust through film. She also serves as social media director for Natsu Puuku, a program dedicated to preserving wild horses and teaching Comanche horsemanship in Oklahoma. Her scholarship seeks to re-center Native people and Native history in North America’s historical narratives and public memory.
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