- Mitchell Hall
- Graduate Student, History
- Degree Program: PhD, History, 2020
- MA, History, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 2011
- BA, Anthropology, McGill University, 1989
- AIS 203 - Western Great Lakes American Indian Life of the Past
- AIS 262 - North American Indian History to 1887
- HIST 152 - American History 1877 to the Present
- HIST 262 - North American Indian History to 1887
- HIST 287 - History of Vietnam
- Anishinaabemowin (Michigan State University)
- Native American/First Nations
- Food History
- Great Lakes
- Fur Trade
- "Ezhi-Ganawendamang Gidakiimnaan" (How We Protect Our World) A-Teg. -2018 Conference, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan
- “Perspectives from Ganawandemaw: Protection of Language Revitalization and Language Ideologies in the Great Lakes Region.” – Algonquin Conference, 2017, Montreal, Canada.
- “The Expansion of Maple Sugar in the American Midwest” American Society for Ethnohistory, 2016 Conference, Nashville, TN.
- “J. William Trygg, The Wisconsin Land Survey, and the Indian Claims Commission" Conference of the Western History Association, 2016. St. Paul, Minnesota.
- “Indigenous Place Names and J. William Trygg Composite Maps” Algonquin Conference, 2016, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
- “Emergency Preparedness Planning.” Wisconsin Federation of Museums, Nov. 11, 2013.
- “Maple Sugar and the “Family Economy: The Ojibwe from Bad River, Wisconsin.” – American Society for Ethnohistory, 2011 Conference, Pasadena, California.
- “Ojibwe Women as Producers of a Great Lakes Commodity, 1800-1842.” – American Society for Ethnohistory, 2010 Conference, Ottawa, Canada.