Education & Professional History
Bowdoin College, BA; University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), MA; Rutgers University, PhD
At Carleton since 2000.
Highlights & Recent Activity
President, Society for the History of the Early American Republic, 2022-2023; Executive Council, 2021-2024
The Boston Massacre (Harper Collins, hc 2020; paper 2023)
“Empire and Protest,” in The Cambridge History of the American Revolution (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).
Lead author for NEH/National History Day Curriculum Guide, “Building a More Perfect Union,” 2021.
Organizations & Scholarly Affiliations
Society for the History of the Early American Republic, Organization of American Historians, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Revolutionary Spaces (Boston)
HIST 100: Trials in Early America
HIST 212: The Era of the American Revolution
HIST 213: Politics and Protest in the New Nation
HIST 298: Junior Colloquium
HIST 315: America's Founding
HIST 316: Presenting America's Founding
HIST 398: Advanced Historical Writing