My aim is to guide students to think critically and historically, to understand how the past continues to shape our present and to uncover and articulate the strangeness, tragedies, and triumphs of the past for themselves.
Huron is a wonderful place to learn and grow. It has a strong and supportive community, with caring students, staff, and faculty. The small class sizes allow the faculty to work closely with students to help them meet their individual goals and explore their interests. Huron is unique because it gets the best of both worlds: access to vast learning resources with the easy face-to-face interaction crucial to quality learning and research.
Summary of Research:
- Loyalists in the American Revolution
- Public History
- Augmented Reality/Digital Techniques for History Education
- The Age of Revolutions
- Global History
- Local History
- Commemoration/Social Memory