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I am an assistant professor at Penn State University-Altoona, where I teach courses on social studies education, education foundations, and U.S. history. I also advise masters and doctoral students in social studies education at Penn State University-University Park.
I earned my doctorate in learning, teaching, and curriculum from the University of Missouri in 2014 with an emphasis in social studies education and Indigenous studies. My work examines race/ism and settler colonialism in K-12 social studies curriculum (specifically state-mandated standards and textbooks representations of Indigenous peoples and nations), teacher education, film, and thinking with critical race, settler colonial, and poststructural theories as disruptive qualitative methodology.