Christopher Green

Bio

My research seeks to understand the epistemic value-gap between stakeholders of cultural heritage, including indigenous peoples, museum professionals, and the public. In particular, I am interested in how colonizers objectify and how colonized subjectify thesame cultural heritage. My background is in compliance work with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA 1990) for universities, museums, and the military.

Education

BA, University of Evansville '11; MA, Colorado State University '14; MA, University of Chicago '16

Research Interests

identity construction, indigeneity, property, law, museum representation, cultural heritage ethics, repatriation

Graduate Status