Assistant Professor, Augusta University, Augusta, Georgia. 2021-Present
Bridge Humanities Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. 2020-2021 AY
Adjunct Professor, Paine College, Augusta, Georgia. 2021
PhD in History, University of South Carolina, 2020
BA English, BA History, University of Georgia, 2014
Grants and Awards
2022 Research Fellow, Center for Social Sciences Research, Augusta University
2021 Washington Library Fellow, Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington ($10,000)
2020 Southern Historical Association COVID Microgrant
Excellence in Teaching Award as Instructor of Record, University of South Carolina History Department
2019 Domestic Travel Grant, University of South Carolina Graduate School
Excellence in Teaching Assistantship Award, University of South Carolina History Department
Wilfred and Rebecca Callcott Award for Excellence in Historical Research, University of South Carolina History Department
SPARC Graduate Research Grant, University of South Carolina Graduate School
2017 International Travel Grant, University of South Carolina Graduate School
Georgia Association of Historians, “Women’s History as U.S. History and the Murder Trial of Caroline Dement.” February 2022
South Carolina Historical Association, “Progress and Pushback: Navigating Slavery and the Public in Southern History Sites” Roundtable. February 2021
Georgia Association of Historians, “‘Senses Were Benumbed:’ Women Nurses and Sensory Intimacy in the Civil War Field Hospital.” February 2020.
Southern Historical Association, “‘May the Lord shield and protect us from the terrible storm ahead of us’: Elite South Carolina Women’s Anticipation of Secession and War, 1860-1861.” November 2019
Ohio Valley History Conference, “Developing and Utilizing Digital History Projects as a Graduate Student.” October 2019
Conference on Civil War Medicine. “‘The suffering we get used to:’ Sensory History and Civil War Nurses.” Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. October 13, 2018.
British Association for American Studies, “Anguish, Religion, and Politics: Elite South Carolina Women’s Anticipation of Secession and War, 1860-1861.” April 2017.