M.A., 2017, University of Missouri
B.A., 2012, Georgetown College
- Culture and Identity
- Space, Place, and Community
- Global and Transnational Sociology
- Decoloniality and Postcolonialism
- Diaspora and Transnational Migration
- U.S. Imperialism in Oceania
- Qualitative Methodologies
Cambio Center Graduate Student Fellow, 2016-present
2016. Review of David W. Kupferman, “Disassembling and Decolonizing School in the Pacific: A Genealogy from Micronesia.” The International Journal of Conflict and Reconciliation 2(2).
Recent Conference Presentations:
“Rethinking Subaltern Positionality: Discourses of Power within Micronesian-U.S. Decolonizing Relations.” The 9th International Conference of the Consortium of Transatlantic Studies and Scholarship. October 2016. University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO.
“Decolonizing Pedagogy: Critical Cosmopolitanism and the State of Education Reform in Chuuk, Micronesia.” Annual meetings of the Midwest Sociological Society (held jointly with the North Central Sociological Association). March 2016. Chicago, IL.