Zach Isenhower

Zachary Isenhower

U.S. History, Native American History, Borderlands
250G Himes Hall

Courses Taught

United States History, Native American Resistance and Adaptation, Colonial and Revolutionary America.

Current Research Interests

Native American legal and diplomatic resistance to U.S. expansion; U.S. Indian policy; impacts of Indian rights on American citizenship and national identity.


B.A., Kansas State University, 2009; M.A., Kansas State University, 2011; Ph.D., Louisiana State
University, 2018.

Recent Awards 

Friends of the American Philosophical Society Fellowship, The American Philosophical Society, 2017.
Robert L. McNeil, Jr. Fellowship, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania and The Library Company of
Philadelphia, 2017.
Dissertation Year Fellowship, The Graduate School, Louisiana State University, 2017.

Manuscript Project

At the Edge of Humanity: American Indian Legal Identity and the Development of American Citizenship.