- United States History
- European History
- Gender and Women’s History
- Southern History
- Archival Studies Certificate, The University of Alabama, 2021
- MA, The University of Alabama, 2019
- Museum Studies Certificate, The University of Alabama, 2018
- MA, The University of Alabama, 2017
- BA, The University of Alabama, 2015
- BAC, The University of Alabama, 2009
- Atlantic History
- 17th and 18th-Century Social History
- Early Modern Economics
- Material Culture
- Early Modern Identities
- “‘All Here That is of any Note Hath More’: The Social Insecurities of a Female Planter in Colonial South Carolina, 1700-1709,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, Vol 117, No. 4 (October 2016): 314-331.
- ‘”The veryest rake and the worst of husbands in the world’: Exclusivity and the Gentry Family in Early Eighteenth-Century England.” Seminar paper in progress.
- I am currently working with a set of 17th and 18th-century family letters that explore the migration of an English family of the gentry class to the emerging colony of South Carolina. Through these letters, analyzed alongside court documents, probate records, and Colonial office records, we see how family relationships, inheritance, objects, and perceptions of class played a role in the formation of early American identity.
Awards & Honors
- The Colonial Dames of America Essay Award for Outstanding Essay in Colonial History: “Clothing and the Construction of Early American Identity.” The University of Alabama Department of History, April 2020