I am a US historian of public policy, the history of capitalism, and the US and the World. I am fascinated by the United States development within the global economy. My current research examines U.S. trade interdependence and network growth with Asia from the nineteenth century to the onset of World War II.
“Alexander Del Mar: Free Trade and the Chinese Question,” Southern California Quarterly 94.3 (Fall 2012): 304-345.
History 9 – Historical Investigations, Methods, and Skills
History 174Q – Poverty, Inequality, Social Justice Capstone Seminar
History 17A – The American People, 1492-1820
History 17B – The American People, 1820-1920
History 17C – WWI to the Present
History 2B – World History, 1000CE to 1700 CE
History 4C – History of Western Civilizations
History 8 – Intro to Latin American History
Writing 2 – Introduction to Academic Writing
Awards & Professional Activities:
2019 Robert L. Kelley Fellowship, UCSB History Associates
2019 John Coleman Award, UCSB History Associates
2019 UCSB Graduate Division Dissertation Fellowship
2018 H.B. Du Pont Fellowship, Center for the History
of Business, Technology, and Society, Hagley
Museum and Library
2018 Van Gelderen Graduate Fellowship,
UCSB History Dept
2018 Hagley Exploratory Research Grant
2018 UCSB History Department Dissertation Fellowship
2017 Silas-Palmer Fellowship, Hoover Institute &
Library, Stanford University
2017 UCSB History Associates Fellowship
2017-18 Interdisciplinary Humanities Center
2017 UCSB Humanities & Social Sciences Research Grant
2017 Chandler Travel Grant, Business History Conference
2015 Frank and Amanda Frost Prize, UCSB Hist. Dept.
2013-14 Tuition Fellowship, UCSB Hist. Dept.
2013 Graduate Fellowship for Research and Creative
Activities. CSUN, Graduate Studies, Research, and
2012 Thesis Support Funding Award
CSUN, Graduate Studies, Research, and
2012 Best Graduate Paper, CSUN History Department.
2011-12 CSU Dumke Fellowship, CSU Chancellor’s Award