I am a United States environmental and cultural historian at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. In my writing and teaching, I explore the meanings and materiality of American landscapes, food, and culture.
My work has appeared in Environmental History and The Western Historical Quarterly, among other places. At UW-Stevens Point, I serve as an Assistant Professor of History and Co-coordinator of the interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Minor. I have recently taught classes on the History of the Environmental Movement, Food and History, and a senior seminar on Wisconsin Places. I also regularly teach survey classes in U.S. Environmental History and United States history more broadly.
For more on my writing, teaching, and citizenship, browse the contents of this website. To get started, read my perspective on history, culture, and environment. You can also view my curriculum vitae.