Teaching and Learning Strategist; Librarian for Cultural Anthropology and Native American Studies
I am the Duke Libraries’ Teaching and Learning Strategist, instructor for a Duke undergraduate course, ISS/CULANTH/PJMS 112, the Librarian for Cultural Anthropology and Native American Studies, and a visiting faculty at Duke Kunshan University. I lead and facilitate library instruction and related outreach to the Duke University community, and offer classroom instruction, individual research support, and project consultation, as well as selecting materials for library purchase. I especially enjoy working with faculty and students on research projects and I love being in the classroom.
Before joining Duke Libraries, I worked as a landscape designer, freelance writer, researcher, and occupational health advocate. In addition to living in NC, I've lived in China, Ireland, France, and Texas.
My research interests focus on digital and media literacy, ethical tech, information privilege, liberal arts education, and social justice.
I received my BA in history from Duke University and my MSLS from the University of NC-Chapel Hill.