Julia M Lewandoski

Curriculum Vitae: 
Research Interests: 

My doctoral work brings together indigenous, legal, and scientific history to study land tenure regimes across contested imperial and indigenous territories in eighteenth and nineteenth century North America. My dissertation compares the impact of imperial transitions on indigenous land-holding in Quebec, Louisiana, and California. I am broadly interested in Legal History, the Atlantic World, the History of Cartography, Borderlands, and Native American History.



Research Interests: 

Native American History

The Atlantic World

The History of Science


History of California

History of Cartography

Settler Colonialism

Legal History

Graduate Position: 
PhD Candidate