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Kurt Windisch

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Graduate Alumnus

I study the U.S. Military, Native American history, insurgent warfare and the ways these conflicts impacted politics and culture in America.

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
A Thousand Slain: St. Clair’s Defeat and the Evolution of the Early Republic
Degree Completion Date:
Selected Publications:

Windisch, Kurt. “A Thousand Slain: St. Clair's Defeat And The Early Republic”. 0: n. pag. Print.

Lookingbill, Brad. “Patriot Chiefs: Native American Leadership At The Battle Of The Little Bighorn”. A Companion To Custer And The Little Bighorn Campaign. Kurt Windisch. Boston: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. Print.


PhD, University of Georgia, History, Native American Studies 2018

Events featuring Katharine Dahlstrand, Kurt Windisch, Katherine Fialka
320 LeConte Hall

Are the rigors of grad school getting you down? Is your personal mantra “it’s not the last minute yet”? This month’s PDW will focus on ways to get (and stay!) organized while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Refreshments will be provided for those who RSVP one week before the event.


Major Professor

Richard B. Russell Professor of American History

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