I joined the faculty of Rochester Institute of Technology in the fall 2014. My teaching aligns with my three research areas though foregrounds excavating and critiquing histories and functions of museums, primarily in the U.S., as part of the process of understanding constructions of knowledge via museums—specifically cabinets of curiosity, museum computing, and museum tech.

From 2004-2014, I taught art history, public history, and curatorial studies at Georgetown College (Kentucky) where I also oversee the curriculum of the art department as well as all gallery spaces. Before that, I taught a number of courses that I had developed focused on public monuments, memorials, and sculpture in the Cleveland area.

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Recent mention: https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/behold-the-renaissance-bookwheel by Claire Voon, “How Students Built a 16th-Century Engineer’s Book-Reading Machine,” Atlas Obscura, July 1, 2020.

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