CAROL WILLIAMS is a doctoral candidate in American and Women's History at Rutgers University in New Jersey working on the final stages of her thesis "Framing the West: Race, Gender and the Photographic "Frontier" in the Pacific Northwest 1862-1912. The thesis explores the impact of photographic imagery, produced by professionals and amateurs, on settler perceptions of "Indian life" in British Columbia, Alaska and Northern Washington. In addition to participating in activities associated with her profession as a historian, Williams has published essays and interviews on contemporary women artists and activism in Canada. She is currently a sessional lecturer at Capilano College and Simon Fraser University.
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