I am a public historian based in Saratoga Springs, NY. I’m interested in the stories that we tell about the past, and what those stories mean for us today. My current work explores how the past is talked about in public discourse and social media, and how the narratives we tell can undermine or perpetuate systemic inequality.
I currently work as an Editorial Assistant in the Acquisitions department at the State University of New York Press, where I work with authors and editors to publish monographs, edited volumes, and journals in the fields of history, philosophy, religion, and more.
I have experience in writing, editing, curatorial practice, teaching, web development, and event management. I graduated with a Master of Arts in History and a Graduate Certificate in Public History from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. My fields of study included museum studies, digital humanities, United States history, and global history.
In my spare time, I enjoy baking, creating and viewing art, and caring for my growing collection of plants. I am also hoping to develop a blog (or vlog) that explores the process of art-making as a disabled artist with limited hand mobility.
- “What are women’s prisons for?” Gendered states of incarceration and history as an agent for social change
- The Public Humanitarium
- Reforming Gender and the Carceral State: What Are Women’s Prisons For?
- The Third Space: Textiles in Material and Visual Culture
- BODY [IN/AS] LANDSCAPE
- body/freedom/art: Rethinking disability through art