Edward Green

Edward Green
Masters Student and Kinder Graduate Fellow
Research Area: 
Native American History, Early American History
Education: 

BS: Oxford University,History and Politics

Bio: 

Ed Green completed his B.A. in History and Politics at the University of Oxford and is an M.A. Fellow in History at the Kinder Institute. His research focuses on native Americans and their relationship with the federal government, and he is currently at work on a project that examines the development of federal bureaucracy during the forced removals of the 1830s, with a focus on the ways that native Americans influenced and negotiated the development of these structures. Examining the federal and local relationships during this period allows the story of removal to become more nuanced whilst simultaneously providing a lens to understand the development of the American state. He also maintains an interest in political theory, particularly in the duties and obligations produced by acts of historic injustice.