Adjunct Instructor in History
- GES130 Christianity and Western Culture
- GES145/147/244 Western Humanity in Christian Perspective I-III
B.A., College of St. Benedict
M.A., University of California, San Diego
If you were invited to write a biography about someone from the past, who would you choose?
Christine de Pisan, the medieval French philosopher and moralist most known for her eloquent Book of the City of Ladies (1405), detailing the accomplishments and contributions of women to society.
What’s your favorite library or archive to work in?
Archivo de Indias is beautiful – it’s pink and in Seville, Spain. The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library is an amazing resource close to home and doing important work in preserving manuscripts in war-torn areas.
If we asked the people who know you best to describe you, which three adjectives would they be most likely to use?
Creative. Passionate. Learned.