I am a Ph.D. Candidate in history at the University of California, Berkeley. Trained in American, Latin American, and international history, I specialize in the transnational intersections of religion, politics, and culture.
I am currently finishing my dissertation, “Missionary-Minded: American Evangelicals and Power in a Postcolonial World, 1945-2000.” Read more about my research.
I am a recipient of fellowships from the Louisville Institute for the Study of American Religion, the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, and the Religious Research Association. In addition, my work has been supported with funding from numerous research centers and archives. Read more in my CV.
I have taught as an instructor of record and as a graduate teaching assistant in a variety of American and Latin American history courses. Read more about my teaching.