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Status: PhD Candidate

Adviser: Cynthia Radding

Graduate Email:

Curriculum Vitae


B.A. Southeastern Louisiana University, 2011
M.A. University of North Carolina, 2019

Research Interests

I study spatial cosmologies in pre-Columbian and colonial Tehuantepec, Mexico. I am interested in borders, networks of exchange, land use, and religious conceptions of landscape between indigenous and Hispanic cultures.

Some Notable Publications

  • “Fugue,” Short Film. Directed by Sarah Kathryn Barbier. 2016. Hammond, LA: The Southeastern Channel. Television. (Writer)
  • “Preservation Grows in Old Mandeville,” Preservation in Print 24, no. 8 (Nov. 2015): 24-5.
  • “The Raven and the Wolf,” The Manchac Review 3 (2013/2014): 40-4.
  • Courses Offered

    As TA:
    History 121 - Religion in North America
    History 127 - American History to 1865
    History 240 - History of Mexico
    History 398 - Monuments, Commemoration, and Memory

    As instructor:
    History 127 - American History to 1865