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Join this virtual seminar with the winner of FOUR Western History Association awards for the article,“Who Is Dr. Bauer? Indigenous Internment and Intimate Violence in Wartime Alaska, 1941-44,” which explores the violation of Aleut women interred by the US Armed Forces during World War II.
Drawing on oral history, tribal history, and federal archives, Guise weaves a story of sordid abuse and courageous resistance from a heretofore little known moment in American History. Click here to read the award-winning article, in the Western Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, Issue 2, Summer 2022, Pages 145–16.
Registration required via Zoom: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJclcuCvrD0jHNQKyCBMOkorGuASSxbOC3F2
Co-sponsored by the Gable Chair in American History and the Institute of Native American Studies at the University of Georgia.
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