Jared L. Eberle

Jared L. Eberle

Instructor of Native American History

Oklahoma State University

Biography

I am currently an adjunct instructor in the history department at Oklahoma State University. My research focuses on the history of Indigenous activism in the United States during the 20th century, with a particular focus on activism after the 1973 Wounded Knee Incident.

I currently teach various undergraduate history surveys at OSU and have taught courses such as History of the Present and U.S. History in 15 Songs.

Further information can be found on my CV.

Interests
  • Indigenous Activism
  • 20th Century U.S. History
  • Transnational History
Education
  • PhD in History, 2018

    Oklahoma State University

  • MA in History, 2012

    University of Tulsa

  • BA in History, 2010

    University of Tulsa

Land Acknowledgement

I live and work on lands represented by Native Nations whose sovereignty existed prior to the arrival of colonial settlers and the current state of Oklahoma. Stillwater is the traditional territory for Comanches, Wichita, Kiowa, and Osage, as well as being situated on lands ceded by the Muscogee and Seminole Nations. Otoe-Missouria, Pawnee, and Ponca Tribal Nations also have deep histories and connections to the land around Stillwater. Oklahoma is also the home for 39 federally recognized Tribal Nations, many of which were forcibly removed from their traditional homelands in the 19th century.

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