- Holton Hall
- Assistant Visiting Professor, History
- PhD, History, Rutgers
- MA, Spanish Cultural Studies, NYU
- BA, History, Notre Dame
|HIST 268-001||History of the American West||MW 11:30am-12:45pm|
|HIST 700-002||Public History Seminar||M 2pm-4:40pm|
|HIST 701-102||Graduate Internship in Public History||No Meeting Pattern|
- HIST 268: History of the US West
- HIST 393: History of Mexico
- HIST 404: History for and by the public
- HIST 700: Public History Seminar
- Public history
- Vast Early America (mostly Spanish/British/Indigenous, with a bit of French)
- Women & Gender
With Danae Jacobson, Konden Smith Hansen, and Daisy Vargas. Religion and the American West: Belief, Violence, and Resilience, 1800-today, ed. Jessica Lauren Nelson. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2023.
“Holy Indian Women: The Indigenous Nuns of the Siete Príncipes Convent, Oaxaca, Mexico, 1782-1870.” Magistra: A Journal of Women's Spirituality in History, vol 25, issue 2, winter 2019, p. 51-65.
“‘Women of Our Nation': Gender in Christian Indian Communities in the United States and Mexico, 1753-1837.” Early American Studies, vol. 17, issue 4, fall 2019, p. 414-442.
“‘My Obligation to the Doctor for his Paternal Care’: Eleazar Wheelock and the Female School of Moor’s Indian Charity School, 1761-1769.” Social Sciences and Missions, vol. 30, issue 3-4, fall 2017, p. 279-297.