I am an ancient historian, writer, and baker.
Hailing first from the woods and hills of Vermont, I made my way to Brandeis University and then to the University of Missouri-Columbia where I completed my doctorate in Ancient History. In August 2021, I started a position as a professor of history at Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo.
When not teaching and researching, I am a baker, an avid reader, and indulge in a wide range of interests and hobbies, including playing and watching sports, writing, and playing board games.
You can see a recent version of my Academic CV here or check out how to find me online here.
Assistant Professor of History at Truman State University
I am an ancient historian teaching world history survey courses and other courses on ancient history.
Visiting Assistant Professor at Westminster College
(2020 – 2021)
I taught the introductory Latin sequence, literature courses in translation, and an online survey of mythology.
Lecturer at the University of Missouri
(2017 – 2021)
I held several academic positions at Mizzou, including Visiting Assistant Professor in History, Lecturer for Mizzou Online and in the Honor’s College. I taught a wide range of courses, including Greek and Hellenistic History, the history of Alexander the Great, and a course of Monsters in Classical Myth and reception.