B.A. Brigham Young University, 2007
B.A. University of Utah, 2015
M.A. University of Utah, 2016
M.A. Thesis: “ ‘Wolves Guarding Sheep’: How Women Police in London and Cape Town Brokered a Deal to Protect and Control Women, 1914-1918”
J.D. Brigham Young University, 2010
I research the intersectionality of gender identity and crime in the Levant under the British and French Mandates. My research interests include twentieth century Middle East and European history, legal history, gender history, and cultural history.
Some Notable Publications
“Fulfilling the Essentials of Woman’s Being”: How the 1851 British Census Legitimized Victorian Misogyny (Utah Historical Review, Vol IV, October 2014)