Jordan Craddick

Jordan is a graduate student of Tlingit and Deg Hit’an Athabascan decent who is currently writing a dissertation for the History Department at the University of Washington. His research currently focuses on various invasions into Southeast Alaska and processes of erasure that followed based on the confluence of sex, religion, and dehumanization. Jordan’s broader fields of interest include Native American history, the Pacific Northwest and the North American West. 

Dissertation Title: “Invasion in Tlingit Dominion – Religion, Sex and the Politics of Gene Flow”