MA, Public Humanities, Brown University, 2013
MA, Communication, Culture, and Technology, Georgetown University, 2009
BA, art history, Reed College, 2005.
History of public health and medicine, history of mental health, the American Civil War and Gilded Age, material culture, medical museums, public history, veterans, and ability studies.
Instructor, "(Dis)believing the Evidence: Popular Opposition to 20th Century Public Health Initiatives," spring 2014.
Teaching assistant, "Methods in Public Humanities," spring 2013
Teaching assistant, "American Popular Culture," autumn 2012
Teaching assistant, "War, Media, And Technology," spring 2009
Teaching assistant, "Introduction to CCT," autumn 2008
Teaching Professional Development
Teaching Certificate IV Program: Teaching Consultant Program, 2014
Teaching Certificate II Program: The Course Design Seminar, 2014
Teaching Certificate I Program: Reflective Teaching, 2013
Apprenticeship in Teaching certificate, 2009
"National Museum of Health and Medicine." Journal of American History 100, no. 3 (November 1, 2013): 775–781. doi:10.1093/jahist/jat457.
"Bomb the Wall: Graffiti as Resistance in Palestine" in Before the Explosion: Media Evolution on the Eve of the Arab Spring, edited by Leila Hudson. Under contract at Palgrave.
Selected Professional Experience
Women's Health & Education Fund, fundraising committee, 2014
Superfund Research Program at Brown University-Community Engagement Core, research assistant, autumn 2013
Smithsonian National Postal Museum, curatorial intern, summer 2012
National Association of County and City Health Officials, health equity and social justice program associate, 2009-2011
ACLU of the National Capital Area, reproductive justice project, consultant, 2008
Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Sioux Falls, SD office, political outreach intern, 2008