I was the recipient of the John J. Nolde Lectureship in History from the University of Maine for Spring 2019. I have taught HTY 104: United States History Since 1877 both in person and online.
I am currently an adjunct professor at Husson University in the College of Science and Humanities. I have taught HY 111: United States History I and HY 211: American National Government
I have worked as a teaching assistant for the University of Maine History Department. I have assisted in the classes HTY 103: Creating American to 1877, HTY 104: United States History Since 1877, HTY 105: History of Ancient and Medieval Europe, HTY 106: History of Modern Europe, HTY 427: Vikings, and CAN 101: Introduction to Canadian Studies.
Conferences and Presentations
“‘Blessing of Peace to Our American Continent’: The Baptist Borderlands of Maine and the Canadian Maritimes, 1790-1840” at the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States 25th Biennial Conference
“‘Blessing of Peace to Our American Continent’: The Baptist Borderlands of Maine and the Canadian Maritimes, 1790-1840” at the American Society for Church History 2020 Annual Meeting
“Influential Women in Early 19th-Century Mount Desert
Island” at the Spring 2019 New England Historical Association Conference
“Changing Perspectives in Northeast Borderlands History: A Roundtable and Discussion” at the 37th Mid-Atlantic-New England Council for Canadian Studies Biennial Conference
“The Brewer Historical Society and Social Media” for the Brewer Historical Society, November 2018.
“Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Religious and Educational Sources” for the Penobscot County Genealogical Society and the Ellsworth Historical Society, April and August 2018.
“The History of the First Congregational Church of Brewer, UCC” at the Brewer Historical Society in 2016.
Video of “‘Bucking the Norm’ Challenges to Conventional Educational Works through the Children’s Primers of Jonathan Fisher of Blue Hill, Maine and Joseph Emerson of Beverly, Massachusetts’ at the Concordia University 21st Annual Graduate Conference, History in the Making