Alyssa Kreikemeier

Cultural Landscapes, Environment, U.S. West, Native American History, Visual Studies

  • Title Cultural Landscapes, Environment, U.S. West, Native American History, Visual Studies
  • Education BA in History (Religious Studies) and BA Hispanic Studies, Montana State University;
    Ed.M. in Specialized Studies (intercultural exchange & civic engagement), Harvard Graduate School of Education

Alyssa Kreikemeier is a cultural and environmental historian of the North American West with research areas in visual and material culture, Native American History, landscape studies, and the environmental humanities. She also works as an editor for Environmental History Now, a blog which promotes the work of underrepresented groups in the field. Alyssa’s dissertation narrates the history of western skies, from the healthful airs of the territorial era through contested military airspaces at the close of the twentieth century. She holds an EdM from Harvard University and Bachelor degrees from Montana State University.

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