Instructional Assistant Professor
Graduate Program Associate Director
TeachingProfessor Hopkins regularly teaches the first-half of the American History survey (HIST 1376) where she focuses on improving undergraduate education and student success. She also teaches courses on Colonial North America, Native North America, and Sports History in America.
ResearchProfessor Hopkins is currently working on revisions to her manuscript, “Recreating Iroquoia: Haudensaunee Settlement Patterns, Subsistence Strategies, and Environmental Use, 1630-1783.” Her research interests combine the fields of Native American, British and French Colonial American, Environmental, and Atlantic World history to investigate the experiences and legacies of the interactions between European colonists and Native Americans. She has presented her research at numerous national, regional, and specialized conferences