I study (dis)ability in enslaved Atlantic African diaspora populations in the Early Modern period. Using digital humanities tools and disability studies theory, I will tell the story of enslaved Africans and Afro-Americans in a compelling and impactful way. My other interests include playing guitar, singing, creative writing, video and board games, and boxing.
B.A., Eastern Connecticut State University
- United States 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