I teach with content knowledge, pedagogical practice, and humanity. I don’t believe in simply depositing information, but rather meeting the students where they are in order to be an adviser, mentor, collaborator, coach, observer, listener, and facilitator.
I was recently the William J. Lowenberg Fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and I am currently a PhD Candidate at Temple University, where I study global humanitarian movements with a focus on the American Friends Service Committee. I have presented interdisciplinary work in Scotland, Pennsylvania, Cuba, and Puerto Rico and have carried-out research in archives in Florida, North Carolina, Washington D.C., Havana, Philadelphia, and New York City. Research Interests: Transnational History, 20th Century American Religious History, U.S. – Latin America Foreign relations, Non-Governmental Organizations; American Friends Service Committee; missionaries; humanitarianism; refugees; global migrations
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