Bobbi Rahder

PhD Candidate
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Bobbi Rahder has taught in the American Indian Studies Program at Haskell Indian Nations University, as well as the Indigenous Nations Graduate Program, Museum Studies Graduate Program, and American Studies Department at the University of Kansas. In addition she is the former curator/director of the Haskell Cultural Center and Museum at Haskell, and still serves as a museum consultant with the Kansas Humanities Council. Currently, she is Research Development Specialist at the Hall Center for the Humanities, University of Kansas.

As a PhD Candidate in American Studies, her research interests include American identity and culture, Indigenous museum studies, cultural property and intellectual property in museum collections, oral history and memory studies, visual culture studies, gender and Indigenous feminism, Indigenous photograph representation and visual repatriation. 


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