Sarah Dees

Sarah Dees is assistant professor of American and Indigenous religions at Iowa State University. She previously taught at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and held the Luce Postdoctoral Fellowship in Religion, Politics, and Global Affairs at Northwestern University. Her first book, tentatively titled “The Materialization of Native American Religions: The Smithsonian Institution, Settler Colonialism, and the Study of Indigenous Lifeways,” will be published as part of the Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology series from the University of Nebraska Press.


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