I am a scholar of war & society in the United States during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. I have a long-standing interest in how Americans have represented and remembered the United States' military engagements abroad and understand the military as a social institution at once separate from and deeply intertwined with the wider culture.
I am the author, editor, or co-editor of three books, and my second book is in press and my third volume is under contract. You can learn about them and the projects that I am currently working on on my Writing page.
I am also Assistant Professor of 20th & 21st century U.S. history and Director of the American Studies Concentration at Washington & Jefferson College. You can hear about my courses by clicking on my Teaching page.
I am Assistant Professor of History and Director of the American Studies Concentration at Washington & Jefferson College, where I teach and write about recent U.S. culture with a particular interest in War and Society. On this page, you'll find information about my scholarship, popular writing, and teaching. Thanks for stopping by!