Office: Richarda N5
Phone: 320 363 5255
Place of birth:
Endicott, New York
B.A.: Xavier University (2003)
M.A.: University at Albany, SUNY (2005)
Ph.D: University at Albany, SUNY (2011)
Early America; Early U.S. Republic; American Revolution; Atlantic World; history of childhood; crime and punishment in the antebellum United States
Hobbies: In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, reading, and playing golf.
Research: My research focuses on the emergence of imprisonment as a form of punishment in the United States and on the nation's first prisoners. I am beginning a new project that analyzes attempts to confine and reform wayward children in the early United States.