I am currently a PhD candidate in Texts and Technology at the University of Central Florida, focusing in Public History. I earned a BA in History from the College of Wooster, a MA in Early Modern History from the University of York and a MA in Communication and Leadership Studies from Gonzaga University.
I am a historian interested in bringing digital tools into the classroom. Currently I am a Graduate Teaching Associate for the English Department, teaching ENC 3241 Writing for the Technical Profession.
One of the digital humanities projects I worked on was with a Native Americans Religion class. The site explores the intersections of the Jesuit mission in the Pacific Northwest.
My current research interests include memory, Civil War Monuments, Public History, and Digital History.