My research interests include early American, American Indian, and Atlantic World history, and I specialize in the Dutch-Haudenosaunee frontier. My dissertation traces Dutch elite consolidation of the upper Hudson River fur trade and Mohawk political influence on the ascent of Beverwijck/Albany to a position of prominence in the British empire.


Field:
  • U.S. History

MA Title:

  • "Talk Among Neighbors: The Corps of Discovery at Fort Mandan, October 1804 - April 1805"

Working Dissertation Title:

  • "Colonial Albany and the Cultural Economy of the Upper Hudson River Valley, 1626-1713"

Education:

  • BA: History, Beloit College, 2005

Courses Taught as TA:

  • History 101 - American History to the Civil War

Courses Taught as Instructor:

  • History 101 - American History to the Civil War

Erin Kramer

Erin E. Kramer

bonuso@wisc.edu

Advisor:
Charles L. Cohen

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)