Personal Statement:

I am a fifth year graduate student in UCSB’s History program working with Professor Erika Rappaport on Modern European History. My research examines intersections of national and gender identities in Britain from 1918-1939. I am particularly interested in female entrepreneurship, birth control advocacy, and constructions of moral and financial reproductive “fitness” in the early twentieth century.

I am currently teaching Writing 2 in the Writing Program. Feel free to drop by my office hours with any questions related to the course or just to say hello!

Courses Taught:

I am currently teaching in the Writing Program:

Writ 2

I have taught the following courses in UCSB’s History Department:
4B Western Civ.
4C Western Civ.
2A Ancient World Civilizations
17A Early American History

Awards & Professional Activities:

2018 — J. Bruce Anderson Memorial Fellowship for the Outstanding Teaching Assistant in the History Department

2018 — History Associates Fellowship

2017 — Lawrence Badash Prize for Best Paper in the History of Science and Medicine