I am a historian of the United States and an instructor and research associate at the Departments of History and Linguistics at the University of Colorado Boulder.

My work focuses on labor and social history around the turn of the twentieth century. Besides the traditional sorts of historical research, I'm also fascinated by the recent developments in digital humanities and digital history, and I'm currently experimenting with techniques like topic modeling and social network analysis in my own research. Together with the folks at the Department of Linguistics here at CU Boulder, I'm also hoping to apply Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to historical research and resource development.

Right now, most of my time is taken up by teaching and by the Exploring Digital Humanities lecture series, which you should absolutely check out — we have some some great lectures and workshops coming up!