About Me

I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studying gender and sexuality history in the modern U.S. My research ask how memories about the past – the material and ideological remnants of queer history – are incorporated into the geography of San Francisco; how their preservation is shaped by local politics, queer institutions, individuals, and national trends; and how the past is used as a resource for action in the present.

In addition to my academic work, I manage social media for the Oral History Review and am the former manager of the LGBTQ Archive Project at UW Madison.

For more, check on my LinkedIn, Academia.edu or Goodreads pages, or my profile at UW Madison.