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My research focuses on American feminist media activism in the 20th and 21st centuries. In my dissertation, I ask what can be learned about the feminisms of the current moment by looking back at feminist radio, print, and video production in the 1960s and 70s.
As a practitioner, I am committed to working toward equity in higher education and have experience supporting students with historically marginalized identities through programs focused on art making, community building, and professional and personal development. I am also interested in the ways that humanistic research can serve publics beyond the university.
In addition to teaching in the English Department and UWP, I have held program management positions at the Women's Resources and Research Center and the Center for Educational Effectiveness. I currently work as a Graduate Student Researcher at the UC Davis Humanities Institute.