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Juliet Larkin-Gilmore

Juliet Larkin-Gilmore is a PhD Candidate in the history of medicine with a focus on American Indian history. Her dissertation is titled “Native Health on the Move: Public Health and Assimilation on the Lower Colorado River, 1890-1934.” Through a history of the Mohaves and Chemehuevis of the Colorado River Reservation and Fort Mojave Reservation, she examines Indigenous mobility, health landscapes, and the contradictions between public health policies and federal attempts to annihilate Native cultures in the US. Juliet was awarded a Mellon Digital Humanities Fellowship for the 2017-18 year. She works with Professors Arleen Tuchman and Daniel H. Usner Jr.