University of Iowa Associate Professor of History Jacki Rand discusses the humanities

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Title

University of Iowa Associate Professor of History Jacki Rand discusses the humanities

Subject

Humanities at Iowa
Why the Humanities Matter
Social History; United States History

Description

Jacki Rand (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) is an Associate Professor in the Department of History. Rand?s first book, Kiowa Humanity and the Invasion of the State, examines how Kiowas of the southern plains dealt with the federal government after being forced on to a reservation in 1867 and the Kiowas? responses to U.S. colonialism. Rand?s current project explores violence against Native women during the late twentieth center in the Southeast. Jacki Rand shares her path to academia and the University of Iowa via the Smithsonian and a trip to India, and she discusses the importance of the Humanities as a Native woman.

Publisher

History Corps, History Dept., University of Iowa

Date

2012-02-10 00:00

Rights

Copyright ? 2012 The University of Iowa

Format

audio/mpeg

Language

eng

Type

Sound

Identifier

http://flashmedia.uiowa.edu/clas/history/historycorps/Humanities_At_Iowa/2011-12/Rand/Audio/HATI_2011-12_Rand2.mp3

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewee

Jacki Rand

Location

University of Iowa

Duration

00:14:10

Files

Citation

“University of Iowa Associate Professor of History Jacki Rand discusses the humanities,” History Corps, accessed January 18, 2018, http://dsph-dev.provost.uiowa.edu/historycorps_sandbox/items/show/160.