BioDr. Sarah Dees is an ethnohistorian of religion, race, and culture in (and beyond) the United States. Her scholarship primarily focuses on the representation of Native American and Indigenous religions in political, scientific, and popular realms.
American Religions; Indigenous Religions; Religion and Museums; Religion, Race, and Empire; Method and Theory in the Study of Religion; Religion, Law, and Politics
PhD, Indiana University, 2015
RELIG 210 (Introduction to American Religions)