I am a PhD student in the history of science at the University of California Santa Barbara. My current research is about “personal” computing and the history of computers in the home and workplace from the 1970s to the 1990s. I have previously written about Carl Sagan and the connections between the transcendent popular scientific idea of the “cosmic perspective” and the American counterculture of the 1970s. My advisor is Patrick McCray.
- Review of Sigrid Schmalzer, Daniel S. Chard, and Alyssa Botelho, eds., Science for the People: Documents from America’s Movement of Radical Scientists (2018), for Isis (Forthcoming).
- Review of Jeffrey R. Yost, Making IT Work: A History of the Computer Services Industry (2017), for Business History Review (Forthcoming).
- “Orality, Literacy, and Science in Classical Greece,” Clio’s Purple and Gold: University of Washington Journal of Undergraduate History 2 (June 2012).
- Survey of World History Since 1700, Cody Stephens
- Survey of US History 1920-2018, Laura Kalman
- History of Modern Science, Technology, and Medicine, Patrick McCray
- Survey of US History 1492-1820, Henry Maar
Awards & Professional Activities:
University of California, Santa Barbara
- Research Assistant, What Every One Says (WE1S), Summer 2018
Washington State University
- Undergraduate Mentor, RCI Conference, Fall 2016
- RCI Steering Committee, History Graduate Student Association Representative, 2017-18
- Edward and Margery Bennett History Graduate Scholarship, 2017
- Athletic Tutor, Department of English, Summer 2016
- Undergraduate Mentor, RCI Conference, Spring 2016
- Edward and Margery Bennett History Graduate Scholarship, 2016