B.A. History/Economics- New College of Florida, Thesis "The Cyclical Nature of U.S. Banking in Latin America: World War I to the 1990s"
M.A. History- The Ohio State University, Thesis "An Easily Understood Problem: The Passage of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (1974)" My fields are Modern U.S., Women's, and Economic.
Ph.D. History- The Ohio State University, Dissertation "Invidious Distinctions: Credit Discrimination Against Women, 1960s-Present"
My research interests include: Consumer/Financial & Banking History (American), Social History and Culture, esp. Pop Cinema, Historical Demographics, and the American Southeast.
When I am not working on any of these, I might be found on a basketball court making a fool of myself or playing a video game, making slightly less of a fool of myself.