J. Daniel d'Oney, Ph.D.
Ph.D. in Modern American History, Arizona State University
Courses Taught at ACPHS
Humanities I, II, and III
Greek Mythology Through Literature and Film
Native American History
Native American Perspectives
Native American Mythology
History of the Plague
Southwestern Indian History
Early American History
Modern American History
Health Care and Human Values
The History of the American Frontier
Native American history, specifically the history and culture of Native Americans of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Majority of research centers on the Houma nation, a tribe below New Orleans.
“Frontiers and Pharmacists: The History of the American Frontier as Taught at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences,”The Journal of the West. Summer 2010. Vol. 49, No. 3, pages 61-66.
“Food as Bridge and Barrier: The Houma and Foodways of Southern Louisiana,” Louisiana Cultural Vistas. Fall, 2008. 19:3, pages 50-55.
“Watered by Tempests: Hurricanes in the Cultural Fabric of the United Houma Nation.” American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 2008. Volume 32, No. 2, pages 11-26.
“Louisiana’s Old State Capitol Museum: Castle on the Mississippi,” in Defining Memory: Local Museums and the Construction of History in America’s Changing Communities. Amy K. Levin, editor. Lanham, MD: Altamira Press, 2007, pages 77-91.
“The Houma Nation in Mississippi’s Early French Colonial Period: Modern Interpretations and Influences,” Journal of Mississippi History. Spring 2006. Vol. LXVIII, No. 1, pages 43-64.
“The Houma Nation: A Brief Overview of the Literature,” Louisiana History. Winter 2006. Vol. XLVII, No. 1, pages 63-90.