I am a scholar of nineteenth century African American history, literature, and culture. I teach, research, and lecture on topics such as school desegregation, African American women's history, women's activism, antebellum social movements, and public humanities.

Some of my lectures include:

  • School Desegregation in the Antebellum North

  • Petitions, Boycotts, and Lawsuits: African Amerian Women's Educational Activism

  • Race and the American High School in Nineteenth Century America

  • As American As Apple Pie: The High School, Then & Now

If you are part of a nonprofit organization located in New Hampshire, you can book my lecture on school desegregation through the New Hampshire Humanities Council.