My primary research interests involve the study of medicine and philanthropy in the United States during the Progressive Era. Particularly, I am interested in exploring connections between the promotion of eugenics and philanthropy during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
I am also generally interested in modern European history, early and modern US history, and modern Middle Eastern history.
Teaching Assistant Experience
Modern European History (Fall 2014)
US History to 1865 (Spring 2015, Fall 2017)
African American History, 1865 – Present (Spring 2018)
Western Civilisation, 1700 – Present (Fall 2018)
IGHSC: Real and Imagined Borders: People, Place, Time
Central Michigan University, April 2018
Conference: IGHSC: Real and Imagined Borders: People, Place, Time - CMU, April 2018
Award: CMU's Women and Gender Studies Program Award
Paper Title: "Edgar Pomeroy's Blues: Progressive Era Masculinity and the Failure of Soccer in California, c. 1890 - 1910"
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