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Juliet Larkin-Gilmore

Juliet Larkin-Gilmore is a fifth year graduate student in the history of medicine with a focus on American Indian history. Her dissertation is tentatively titled “Native Health on the Move: A History of Disease, Travel, and Assimilation, 1890–1934.” Using American Indians on Lower Colorado River as a case study, she examines the relationship between public health policy, Indigenous mobility, and federal attempts to annihilate Native cultures in the United States. Juliet has been awarded a Mellon Digital Humanities Fellowship for the 2017-18 year. She works with Professors Arleen Tuchman and Daniel H. Usner Jr.