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Status: PhD Candidate

Adviser: W. Fitzhugh Brundage

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B.A., Wesleyan University, 2015
M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2018
M.A. Thesis: “Full-Grown, Large, and Shapely”: Parades, Free Labor, and Civic Manhood after the Civil War

Research Interests

My dissertation focuses on the cultural practices of urban democracy and identity in American cities at the turn of the twentieth century. My research interests include urban history, gender history, memory and digital history methodologies.

I currently am the U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Predoctoral Fellow in Gender Studies at the National Women's History Museum. I served as Co-Director of the Digital History Lab from 2019-2021.

Recent Public Engagements

  • Co-Host of The Lens: Historians and Popular Media
  • Courses Offered

    • TA, Women in United States History, Fall 2019
    • TA, The Worker in American Life, HIST 365, Spring 2019
    • TA, Documenting Communities, AMST 475H, Fall 2018
    • TA, The Olympic Games: A Global History, HIST 220, Spring 2018
    • TA, The Social History of Popular Music in 20th-Century America, HIST 125, Fall 2017