11 E. Beverley St.
Staunton, VA 24401
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia
Student Website: Pursuing a PhD in Cultural Studies
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2008 Master of Library Science
Thesis: “Improving Recovery for Libraries that Have Been Hit by Disaster”
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2000 PhD in History
Thesis: “Innovation, Investment, and the Development of Commercial Beer Brewing within the Wendish Towns of Late Medieval Germany”
Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon
1992 BA in History
|Sep 27, 2022
|I am now just working on my field statements, having finished all my coursework.
|Feb 4, 2022
|We are back in school, though the department has decided to keep things online for a bit longer. I will be working as a research assistant on the Black Belt Brooklyn Project for the semester.
|Jun 4, 2021
|I will be giving a presentation on the Disney Archive at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association conference in Las Vegas in November.
|Mar 17, 2021
|The iConference 2021 is under way in Beijing. I am presenting our short paper, but I am just now getting things figured out. Plenary was on cultural memory and cms systems for humanities resource. Sorta right in line with what I have been working on this summer.
|Dec 15, 2020
|Presentation I submitted with Dr. Myeong Lee as part of my work with the urban renewal team at his Community Informatics Lab has been accepted for the iConference 2021 in Beijing. It will published as a short paper in the proceedings.
- Multi-Generational Stories of Urban Renewal: Preliminary Interviews for Map-based StorytellingIn forthcoming iConference proceedings
- Reading as a Spiritual Journey: St Bridget of SwedenIn Soul Travel: Spiritual Journeys in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe
- "Two Brass Mites of the Widow": Saint Bridget of Sweden and the Terrors of HellIn The Hermeneutics of Hell: Visions and Representations of the Devil in World Literature
- Drinking in the StreetsIn Die Strasse: Zur Funktion und Perzeption oeffentlichen Raums im spaeten Mittelalter: Internationales Round Table Gespraech, Krems an der Donau, 2. und 3. Oktober 2000