Status: PhD in U.S. and Public History
Website: Joshua Wachuta
Faculty Advisor: Ted Karamanski
Please note: This profile is no longer maintained. Please visit https://joshua.wachuta.name/ for current information.
PhD in US and Public History, Loyola University Chicago, 2019
MA in Public History, Loyola University Chicago, 2015
BA in History, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, 2010
19th Century U.S. Midwest, Canadian Borderlands, American Indian History, & Public History
"All and More Than Was Owed: American Indians and Settler Capitalism on the Upper Mississippi, 1805-1890"
Crown Fellowship, Loyola University Chicago, 2012-2017
"All and More Than Was Owed: The Making of Indigenous Debt and Midwestern Capitalism." Midwestern History Association Conference. Grand Rapids, Illinois. May 30, 2019.
"Where is Darwin in a Jesuit College Library?" Crossings and Dwellings Conference. Chicago, Illinois. October 17, 2014.
"Negotiating Claims to Wisconsin: A Political History of the Ho-Chunk Treaty of 1837." Wisconsin History Symposium. Platteville, Wisconsin. April 4, 2014.
"Creole Persistence at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, 1836-1900." Loyola University Chicago History Graduate Student Conference. Chicago, Illinois. November 9, 2013. Awarded "Best Loyola Graduate Presentation."
Wisconsin Historical Society-Villa Louis Historic Site (Prairie du Chien, Wis). Historic Site Manager. 2017-2018
National Park Service - Grand Portage National Monument (Grand Portage, Min). Park Guide. 2014
Loyola University "Crossings and Dwellings" Exhibition (Chicago, Ill). Curatorial Assistant. 2013-2014
Wisconsin Historical Society-Villa Louis Historic Site (Prairie du Chien, Wis). Historic Interpreter/Curatorial Assistant. 2006-2013
Fort Crawford Museum (Prairie du Chien, Wis). Museum Attendant. 2007