I hold a Master’s Degree in History from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. My research interests include Nineteenth-Century America, the American Civil War, Family and Social History, New Military History, and Digital History.
I work as a project manager and researcher on digital history projects under the direction of William G. Thomas III and Jeannette Jones at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I have also researched the removal trail of the Ponca Indians for the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs and continue to be involved with their efforts to create the Standing Bear Trail.
You can read more about me and my research at my website.