- Ph.D., History, University of Michigan (2005)
- J.D., University of Michigan School of Law (2000)
- B.A., History, Carleton College (1994)
My career at Alma began in
I'm an expert in
The Dreadful Word: Criminal Speech and Social Order in Massachusetts, 1690-1776 (forthcoming), University of North Carolina Press.
“Religion and Rights in 19th-Century American Law.” American Journal of Legal History Vol. 20. Issue 1 (2013)
“‘She Steadfastly Accused Him in the Time of Her Travail’: Women’s Words and Paternity Suits in Eighteenth-Century Massachusetts.” Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender Vol. 19, Issue 1 (Fall 2012).