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About me

I earned my doctorate in American history at UT Austin in 2013, under the direction of H.W. Brands. My scholarly interests include 20th century urban and environmental transformation in the American West, as well as the history of American politics and consumer culture. My graduate work focused on the growth and development of Denver, Colorado, with particular emphasis on the city's dynamic and changing relationships to its mountain and plains hinterlands. 

I own and operate Historicity Consulting Services, a multi-service historical research, writing, and digital projects agency. Previously, I served as a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Scholarship at Southwestern University, and a digital project editor and archivist at UT Austin's Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. Major projects include the William P. Clements Texas Papers digital archive.