Dr. Cameron Shriver

Camron Shriver

Research Associate, Myaamia Center

250 Upham Hall
Oxford, OH 45056
Office hours: by appointment
  • PhD Ohio State University
  • BA College of William and Mary
Teaching and Research Interests
  • Early American History
  • Native American History
Courses Recently Taught
  • HST 361 Colonial America
  • HST 450 Early American Conspiracies
  • IDS 259 Intro to the Miami Tribe
  • HST 371 Native History to 1840
  • HST 372 Native History since 1840
Selected Publications 

“Community-Engaged Scholarship from the Perspective of an Early-Career Academic.” Chapter in Replanting Cultures: Community-Engaged Scholarship in Indian Country, ed. Chief Benjamin J. Barnes and Stephen Warren (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2022).

“Mapping Myaamia Landownership, 1795-1846.” Chapter in American Revolutions in the Digital Age, ed. Nora Slonimsky, Ben Wright, and Mark Boonshoft (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2023).

“Situating Settlement in Ohio: The Eighteenth Century from Local and Atlantic Perspectives.” Chapter in Settling Ohio: First Nations and Beyond, ed. Timothy G. Anderson and Brian Schoen (Athens: Ohio University Press, 2023).

"Wily Decoys, Native Power, and Anglo-American Memory in the Post-Revolutionary Ohio River Valley.” Early American Studies 16 (Summer 2018): 431-59.


  • NEH HCRR Grant, Aacimwahkionkonci 'A Land of Stories,' A Web-based GIS Learning Tool for Myaamia Geospatial Data, 2019-2021
  • American Philosophical Society, Phillips Fund for Native American Research Grant, 2015
  • Institute for Political History, Hugh David Graham Award, 2015
  • David Library of the American Revolution, David Library Fellow, 2014
  • Huntington Library, W. M. Keck Foundation Fellow, 2014
  • John Carter Brown Library, Paul W. McQuillen Memorial Fellowship, 2014
  • Colonial Williamsburg, Gilder Lehrman Research Fellowship, 2014
  • Newberry Library, Short-term Resident Research Fellowship, 2013