I am an Assistant Professor of History and the Director of the History Program at William Woods University. I earned my PhD in American History from Brandeis University. Previously I held teaching positions at Brandeis, Tufts University, Lesley University, Emmanuel College, and Suffolk University. I specialize in early American cultural and intellectual history during the long eighteenth century and the Age of Revolution, specifically looking at ethics and national identity. In addition, I have broader interests in gender, race, leadership, the Atlantic world, and war.
My book, American Honor: The Creation of the Nation's Ideals during the Revolutionary Era will be released on April 23, 2018 by the University of North Carolina Press.
Also, I am researching two new projects: "'The Greatest Man in the World': A Global History of George Washington" and “Redemption: The American Revolution, Ethics, and Abolitionism in Britain and the United States.”
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