Robert Caldwell is an enrolled citizen of the Choctaw-Apache Community of Ebarb Louisiana. His first book, Choctaw-Apache Foodways received an award from the Louisiana Folklife Commission, and he was named culture bearer. He is co-founder of the HoMinti Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching his tribe’s traditional culture. He enjoys playing Kabutcha Toli (southeastern stickball) and is honored to be a guest in Haudenosaunee lands.
Dr. Caldwell’s longstanding research projects consist of three categories: maps and Native representation; ethnohistorical research on behalf of my own tribal community, and Native migration to the near Southwest.
Afro-Indigeneity: Black Natives, Anti-Blackness, and Decolonization
Survey of Indigenous History to 1871
Survey of Indigenous History Since 1872
Independent Study/ Directed Readings
Indigenous Peoples and Places of North America: Native Geographies/Settler Cartography
Indigenous Perspectives on US History
Indigenous Workers: Native Proletarians under Capitalism
Methods and Theory in Indigenous Historical Research
Not Recognized: Struggle for Indigenous Rights, Land, and Acknowledgement