Christopher Clements, PhD

Lecturer on History and Literature, Harvard University
Christopher Clements is Lecturer in the History & Literature program at Harvard University. From 2016 to 2018, he was a Global American Studies Postdoctoral Fellow at the Charles Warren Center. At Harvard, he has taught courses in twentieth-century Native American and First Nations History, and Native American and Indigenous Studies. Clements's writing has been published in the journal History & Theory, and he is currently revising his book manuscript, "Akwesasne: Settler Colonialism and Everyday Life on the Northern Border." In his book and broader research interests, Clements explores the relationship between modern policing practices, settler colonialism, and Indigenous sovereignty in the US and Canada.

Education

  • PhD Indiana University