History Student Dylan Ruediger Successfully Defends Ph.D. Dissertation

Dylan Ruediger, a doctoral student and Provost Dissertation Fellow at the College of Arts and Sciences at Georgia State University, successfully Defends Ph.D. Dissertation this spring on Tributary Subjects: Affective Colonialism, Power, and The Process of Subjugation in Colonial Virginia, C. 1600 - C. 1740.

His dissertation explores tributary relationships between Algonquin, Siouan, and Iroquoian Indians and English settlers in Virginia, placing the process of political subjection into the heart of narratives of dispossession.

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