BA, History, Mount Holyoke College
M.Ed., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
MA, History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
I study East Central Europe. My dissertation examines how citizens in a rural region of Czechoslovakia engaged with state power while also maintaining and defending their traditional local identities, practices, and relationships during the period of political transition immediately after the Second World War.
Some Notable Publications
“Světlana: Partisans and Power in Postwar Czechoslovakia,” Contemporary European History, January 2021.
Recent Public Engagements
“Partisan Politics in Eastern Moravia,” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Conference, San Francisco, California, November 2019
TA: “Liberalism, Socialism, and Fascism in Europe” (Fall 2020)
TA: “Human Rights in History” (Fall 2020)
TA: “The World Since 1945” (Fall 2018, Spring 2019)