Brown University, Providence, RI                                     Sept. 2017–May 2019 

   M.A., Public Humanities

  • Selected Coursework

    • History Curatorship

    • Digital Public Humanities

    • Museum Interpretation Practices

    • Not With the Master’s Tools: Freedom, Enslavement, Emancipation, and Reparations

    • Public Amnesias and Their Discontents: Theories and Practices of Remembering and Forgetting

    • Public Humanities on Lockdown: Considerations on the Role and Design of Public Humanities Programs in Prisons

    • Rethinking the Civil Rights Movement

  • Co-author, “Stakeholder Interviews and University Collections: An Exploratory Methodology," Journal of Archival Organization, July 2019

  • Co-presenter, "Designing Digital Projects about Hyperlocal Histories: Creating Collaborations between Communities, Archivists, and Academics,” Our (Digital) Humanity: Storytelling, Media Organizing, and Social Justice Conference, Lehigh University, April 2018

  • Discussant, "Listening is Emotional Labor," Annual Meeting of the National Council for Public History, Hartford, CT, April 2019

  • Co-presenter, “Tiny Exhibits,” New England Public Humanities Symposium, University of Massachusetts, Boston, April 2019

  • Recipient of Brown Arts Initiative Student Grant, Spring 2018

  • Graduate Student Council Representative, Public Humanities, 2018

  • Member, John Nicholas Brown Center Programs Advisory Committee, 2017-18, 2018-19

  • Alternate Representative for Masters Students, Campus Life Advisory Board, 2018-19

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA                                Sept. 2005–June 2009

   A.B., summa cum laude, American History and Literature

  • Secondary field, History of Art and Architecture
    (Modern and Contemporary)

  • Requirements completed for secondary field, Dramatic Arts

  • College-wide Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize for honors thesis
    "Mining the Past: The Culture of History in Virginia City, Nevada," 2009

  • Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship,
    Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, 2008

  • Phi Beta Kappa, Fall 2008

  • Member, Art Board, The Harvard Advocate; Member, The Signet Society

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