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Utah State University
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US West, environment, historic preservation, mining history, architectural history, urban history, women's history
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About Me

I am an assistant professor of US history at Utah State University. My main interests are in history of the US West, particularly historic preservation, architecture, city planning, and environmental history. My dissertation explores the development of the historic preservation and environmental movements in intermountain mining towns (Butte, Montana; Globe, Arizona; and Leadville, Colorado). I have taught survey US history, women in US history, and Colorado history courses at community college and university levels. Beyond my academic work, I have pursued public history opportunities, such as internships with the Public Lands History Center and volunteer work with HistoriCorps and am always looking for more such opportunities.


Recent Publications
Media Coverage
Country Focus
United States
Expertise by Geography
United States
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, 20th century, 21st century
Expertise by Topic
Art & Architectural History, Environment, Gender, Higher Ed, Human Rights, Labor, Law, Local & Regional, Material Culture, Museums, Pedagogy, Public History, Race, Science, Urban History, Women