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Daniel M. Cobb

Daniel Cobb
Daniel Cobb has been granted tenure and promoted to associate professor of history. He earned a doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 2003. Prior to joining Miami in 2004, he served as the assistant director of the D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian History at The Newberry Library in Chicago. A specialist in American Indian and United States history, Cobb has published essays in American Indian Quarterly, American Indian Culture and Research Journal, and Western Historical Quarterly, and is the co-editor of Beyond Red Power: American Indian Politics and Activism since 1900 (2007). Cobb’s first book, Native Activism in Cold War America (2008) won the inaugural Labriola Center American Indian National Book Award in 2009. His current research projects include What Freedom Might Be: The Native American Rights Movement in Documents, an ethnobiography of Ponca activist Clyde Warrior, and a revised and expanded edition of Tom Hagan’s classic American Indians. In 2009, he became associate editor for the journal Ethnohistory and is currently serving as a John W. Altman Fellow at Miami University’s Humanities Center.

Date Published: 02/20/2010
Volume: 1   Number: 1

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