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University of Idaho
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Indigenous History, North America 19th and 20th Century, Agricultural History, Animal History, Environmental History, Equine History, Livestock History, Disease History, Digital History, Urban and Rural Studies.
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About Me

Kerri Keller Clement specializes in the history of the American West, in particular, animal, agricultural and environmental history, Critical Indigenous Studies, digital humanities, and National Parks history. Her current research looks at zoonotic disease and animals in Indigenous and settler borderlands in the Montana and Yellowstone areas in the twentieth century. Applying history to contemporary issues, as well as clear and concise communication with other-than-academic audiences is a cornerstone of her work.

Recent Publications

“What is a country without horses?”Robert Yellowtail and Horse Herd Restoration on the Crow Reservation, 1934-1944,” Fall 2020, Montana, the Magazine of Western History.

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Country Focus
United States
Expertise by Geography
North America
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, 20th century
Expertise by Topic
Environment, Government, Indigenous Peoples, Medicine, Rural & Agrarian History