PhD Student in History
President, History Graduate Student Association
3074 Faculty/Administration Building
656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI, 48202
Fields of Study
The United States Since 1877, Urban History, World History
“Nous participons, ils profitent: Contestations Over Urban Spaces During Mai ’68.” The European City in Transformation: From the Early Modern Period to the Present. GRAINES Summer School, University of Vienna. Vienna, Austria (June 10-14, 2014).
“‘And These Communities Will Become Partial Ghost Towns’: Local 600 and the Campaign Against Industrial Decentralization.” Work: The Politics of Laboring in American History. Panelist. Graduate Student Conference in US History, University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan (May 9-10, 2014).
“A Broader and More Forceful Unionism: New Left Organizing and the Labor Rebellions of the 1960s and 1970s.” Radical Unionism in an Era of Decline. Panelist. 38th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association. Chicago, Illinois (November 21, 2013).
“A Fight for Jobs and For Community: The Effects of Industrial Restructuring on the City.” Recasting the Rust Belt: Detroit as Post-Industrial Paradigm? Mini-Conference. Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan (April 12, 2012).
“The Violent Suppression of the Paris Commune.” Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference. Kalamazoo, Michigan (March 27, 2010).