I study the historical political economy of disability –broadly conceived– in the African diaspora and Vast Early America. My goal is to inform the public that the intertwined evils of racism and ableism were, and remain, foundational to modernity. I hope that my research will help combat these twin prejudices in the sphere of public policy.
B.A., Eastern Connecticut State University
- U.S./North American History
- African History
- “Nunca Olvide: Reframing Historical Discourse on Cuban Exile Terrorism,” Germina Veris, 1/1 (2014).
- Best Seminar Paper, Eastern Connecticut State University Fall 2013
- Governor’s Coalition Scholarship for Youth with Disabilities Summer 2011
- Disability History Association (Board of Directors, Graduate Representative)