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Status: PhD Candidate

Adviser: Richard J. A. Talbert

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Curriculum Vitae


B.A. North Carolina State University, 2013
M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2015

Research Interests

My dissertation, “Herzog’s Roman Tesserae: Their Nature and Purpose Revisited,” grounds the interpretation of Herzog’s tesserae in their physical appearance and inscriptions, rather than solely investigating the prosopography of the named individuals. My research interests broadly are Roman economic and social history, history of slavery, and Roman material culture.

Recent Public Engagements

Ancient World Mapping Center Tour, Raleigh 400 Conference on September 6, 2018

Courses Offered

  • Hist 226, History of Rome, Instructor and TA
  • Hist 225, History of Greece, TA
  • Hist 278, The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, TA
  • Hist 151, European History to 1650, TA
  • Hist 128, American History since 1865, TA