Anna Kramer
PhD Student
Environmental History / Modern US

Advisor: Professor Sutter • Anna Kramer is a 3rd-year Ph.D. student focusing on 20th-century U.S. environmental history, with a particular interest in the intersections of public lands, outdoor recreation, and Indigenous histories. Anna serves on the Executive Committee for the Rocky Mountain Interdisciplinary History Conference and is a contributing editor for Erstwhile. Originally from Cooperstown, New York, she completed her B.A. in Environmental Analysis at Pomona College and worked for the American Alpine Club and the National Wildlife Federation before beginning graduate school. You can often find her riding her bike up Boulder's many canyon roads or on Twitter: @akiltykramer.