Dr Gabriella Treglia
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gabriella Treglia specialises in twentieth-century Native American socio-cultural history. She is preparing a book on the so-called ‘Indian New Deal’ (1933-1945), in particular the education programmes and professed cultural tolerance implemented by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), the gap between its pronouncements and policy implementation, and the reactions and responses from Native communities to these policies. Her further interests are in issues of cultural genocide, cultural perceptions of ‘the Other’, and Native decolonization, drawing upon archival, pictorial and oral history sources. She is a committee member of the Native Studies Research Network of the UK (NSRN-UK).
- The US government and native American people
Essays in edited volumes
- 2008 'American Indian issues during reconstruction', in James Campbell & Rebecca Fraser (eds.), Reconstruction: People and Perspectives, ABC-CLIO, pp. 89-112
- 2007 'A very 'Indian' future? The place of native cultures and communities in BIA and native thought in the New Deal era', in Porter, Joy (ed.), Place and Native American Indian History & Culture, Peter Lang, pp. 357-379
- US history since 1800