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Jamie Mize

Jamie MizeJAMIE MYERS MIZE is a historian of American Indians of the Southeastern United States, specifically the Cherokees. She received her BA in history from Truett-McConnell University, her MA from the University of North Georgia, and her PhD degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her research focuses on Cherokee masculinity and how gender expectations informed Cherokee men’s political decisions during an intense period of American colonialism in the late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries. Mize is currently working on a project that examines Cherokee masculinity from 1775-1846. This work explores how Cherokee men responded to colonial pressures and how those responses were shaped by social and cultural expectations. She has taught courses on American Indian history, the history of global indigenous peoples, early and modern American history, and twentieth century world history.

UNCP Courses:

  • HST 1010 - American Civilizations to 1877
  • HST 1100 - American Indian History to 1865
  • HST 1110 - American Indian History since 1865
  • HST 3260 - Indians of the Southeast
  • HSTS 4620 - Gender and Power in Native American History to 1900