Gregory E. Smoak
University of Utah | History
Gregory E. Smoak, Director of the American West Center and Associate Professor of History at the University of Utah, specializes in American Indian, American Western, Environmental and Public History. He has taught at Colorado State University and the University of Minnesota. The University of California Press published his book, Ghost Dances and Identity: American Indian Ethnicity, Racial Identity, and Prophetic Religion in 2006. He is currently working on an environmental history of Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument under a contract with the National Park service.