Through courses, internships, and assistantships, I completed several architectural surveys and landscape surveys in cities across the South and in Portland, OR. The linked survey and neighborhood history is for Walnut Park, a neighborhood in Northeast Portland. The report was completed for Restore Oregon.
Presentations and public meetings are excellent ways to engage with various communities and stakeholders as well as other scholars. I enjoy each opportunity to present my research and speak with public groups on the uses of public history methodology as well as grassroots activism. The linked presentation comes from the 2018 Slave Dwelling Project Conference hosted in Murfreesboro, TN.
GIS is an important aspect for understanding place and landscape. The linked Story Map is part of a larger cultural resource study of the Moore Farm in Southeast Nashville. The map was completed in partnership with the Center for Historic Preservation and Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation.
At MTSU, I served as an adjunct instructing HIST 2020: U.S. History II. Since graduating, I have served as adjunct faculty for the University of North Alabama's Public History graduate program and Vanderbilt University's History of Art Department. The linked syllabus is for HI 670: Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Management.