My research thus far has been largely historical, and I have researched and written on the following topics:
- Hood College during the Great Depression [Researched and written for HIST 373: “Research and Writing in History” at Hood College]
- Linguistic Reclamation [Researched and written for HON 470: “Doing and Undoing Gender” at Hood College]
- Clara Barton in American Collective Memory [Researched and written for HIST 470: “The Civil War in Memory” at Hood College]
- Soviet Mathematics under Stalin [Researched and written for MATH 470/471: “The History of Mathematics” at Hood College]
To read my papers on these topics, simply click the hyperlinked topic.
I have also contributed to works by the National Museum of Civil War Medicine located in Frederick, Maryland. Read my post about women breaking barriers in the American Civil War on their Mercy Street blog here, and look out for their next Special Edition Surgeon’s Call on Clara Barton and her associates!