Episode 12: Marcus Macktima discusses San Carlos Apache history

Episode 12: A Conversation about San Carlos Apache history with Marcus Macktima

This episode features a conversation about San Carlos Apache history with Marcus Macktima, a San Carlos Apache scholar. He received a BA in History with a minor in Native American Studies in 2015; and his MA in Native American Studies in 2018 at the University of Oklahoma. Marcus is a doctoral candidate in the History Department of the University of Oklahoma. His dissertation is tentatively titled, “Issues of Forced Political Identities: The San Carlos Apache Peoples.” In 2022, he accepted a position at Northern Arizona University as a pre/post-doctoral fellow.

Look for his chapter, “Sacred Space and Identity: The Fight for Chi’chil Biłdagoteel (Oak Flat) and the History of the San Carlos Apachean Peoples,” in The North American West in the Twenty-First Century (November 2022) edited by Brenden W. Rensink.

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