This is my home page, giving an overview of my digital humanities, teaching, and research projects.
My current scholarly research interests are questions of civil society, politics, and the formation of modern public policies.
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Experience working in the academic and cultural non-profit sectors.
6 years experience in academic and cultural sector in northeastern Nevada.
4 years experience working with Native American partners on cultural and public policy issues.
5 years experience in non-profit operations.
10 years collegiate teaching experience (live, online, and blended).
Extensive presentation work before students, partners, stakeholders, the public, and in the media.
Strategic and tactical planning, implementation, and maintenance for sustainable, multi-partner, projects.
Event organization for informational, scholarly, and fundraising purposes.
Experienced digitial humanities project design, execution, and grant management experience.
Accomplished speaker before public audiences and the media.
More than 10 years collegiate teaching experience, in live, online, and blended formats.
Specialist in 19th-century France, education development, public policy, and civil society.
Outreach, event planning, and data dessimination for 34 tribes in Nevada and California.
American and European History surveys; Modern Middle East; Modern Science and Society; Roman Civilization.
Doctorate in History
Bachelor of Arts, History, summa cum laude
Associate of Arts, History, with Highest Honors
D. H. Lawrence, The Lost Girl (1920)