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Author Visit : Dr. Martinus Van de Logt / Associate Professor (History)

Dr. Mark van de Logt joined the liberal arts faculty at Texas A&M University at Qatar in August 2012. He specializes in Native American history, U.S. Military history, the Gilded Age, the American West, and Mexican history. He is the author of War Party in Blue: Pawnee Scouts in the United States Army (2010) and Monsters of Contact: Historical Trauma in Caddoan Oral Traditions (2018). A third book, Between the Floods: A New History of the Sahnish (Arikara) Indians is forthcoming. He has published articles on American Indian and U.S. military history in the Journal of Military History, the American Indian Quarterly, the American Indian Culture and Research Journal, and Wicazo Sa Review. At TAMUQ, Dr. van de Logt teaches both U.S. History surveys as well as courses on Native American and U.S. military history.  


  • Ph.D., American History, Oklahoma State University, USA, 2002

  • M.A., American Studies, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1995.

  • B.A., Kruisheren Kollege, Uden, The Netherlands, 1989.

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“The visit from the historian and author Dr. Martinus Van de Logt had a profound effect on our students, inspiring them to explore history in new and exciting ways. By sharing his expertise and passion, the historian was able to make history come alive. The visit not only motivated our students to learn more about history, but it also encouraged them to read more books on the subject.
It also sparked their curiosity and made them eager to search for answers on their own.

The students left the visit feeling enthusiastic, empowered, and eager to continue their own exploration of history. It was a truly inspiring experience, it had such a positive impact on the students.