I'm a historian, teacher, and writer whose research focuses on 20th century New York City history, with particular interest in housing, Queens, and the two New York World's Fairs. I have worked in public history settings for several years and am currently Manager of Editorial Projects at the CUNY Graduate Center's Teaching and Learning Center, an editor at the Gotham Center for New York City History, an Adjunct Lecturer at CUNY, and a freelance researcher and consultant. I also hosted the Ultimate NYC Trivia Night at the Museum of the City of New York for several years.
"Teach NY: Robert Moses in the Twenty-First Century" New York History 102.2 Winter 2021-2022 (with Kara Schlichting)
"Interrogating Rigor: Challenging Students While Centering Care in the College Classroom." Visible Pedagogy. October 6, 2021.
Is This Placemaking Success Transferable? A Review Of “Learning From Bryant Park: Revitalizing Cities, Towns, And Public Spaces” The Metropole, September 9, 2021.
The Invention Of Public Space: Designing For Inclusion In Lindsay’s New York: An Interview with Mariana Mogilevich, Gotham: A Blog for Scholars of New York City History, April 29, 2021.