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Donald L. Fixico (Shawnee, Sac & Fox, Muscogee Creek and Seminole) is Distinguished Foundation Professor of History. He is a policy historian and ethnohistorian. His work focuses on American Indians, oral history and the U.S. West. He has published a number of books: American Indians in a Modern World (2008); Treaties with American Indians: An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts and Sovereignty, 3 volumes, ed, (2007); Daily Life of Native Americans in the Twentieth Century (2006); The American Indian Mind in a Linear World: American Indian Studies and Traditional Knowledge (2003); The Urban Indian Experience in America (2000); The Invasion of Indian Country in the Twentieth Century: Tribal Natural Resources and American Capitalism (1998), 2nd ed., 2011; Rethinking American Indian History, ed. (1997); Urban Indians (1991); An Anthology of Western Great Lakes Indian History, ed. (1988); and Termination and Relocation: Federal Indian Policy, 1945-1960 (1986). Presently, Professor Fixico is working on a textbook on American Indian History for Oxford University Press.
Prior to Arizona State University, Professor Fixico was the Thomas Bowlus Distinguished Professor of American Indian History, CLAS Scholar and founding Director of the Center for Indigenous Nations Studies at University of Kansas. He has received postdoctoral fellowships at UCLA and The Newberry Library, Chicago. Professor Fixico has been a Visiting Lecturer and Visiting Professor at University of California, Berkeley; UCLA; San Diego State University and University of Michigan. He was an Exchange Professor at University of Nottingham, England and Visiting Professor in the John F. Kennedy Institute at the Freie University in Berlin, Germany.