Presentations

Library Conferences

“Open Access and Student Publishing,” panel presentation, Florida Association of College and Research Libraries, Orlando, FL, Oct 24, 2014

Cyberzone technology tabling event, “Poll Everywhere,” Florida Library Association (FLA) Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, May 9, 2014

Lightning Round talk, “Coaching Undergraduates to Shrink Wikipedia’s Gender Gap,” FLA Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, May 8, 2014

Poster session, “Creating and Curating Digital Professional Learning Networks,” FLA Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, May 7, 2014

Library Programs

Copyright & Fair Use for Librarians (April 30, 2015). Webinar sponsored by the Southwest Florida Library Network (SWFLN). Length: 60 minutes. Honorarium: $500.

Open Access: What’s In It For Your Library? (Jan 29, 2015). Webinar sponsored by the Southwest Florida Library Network. Length: 90 minutes. Honorarium: $500. Access recording.

Teaching

20-plus information literacy sessions presented to College Success, Composition, Strategic Thinking, and Professional Communication classes, Hodges University, Fall 2014-present.

“Writing for Wikipedia: Gender History,” invited procedural and motivational presentation for the Gender in Latin America 4000-level course taught by Dr. Nicola Foote, Florida Gulf Coast University, Jan. 16, 2014

“Library Databases and Advanced Search Techniques,” invited information literacy presentation for the History of the Caribbean course taught by Dr. Nicola Foote, Florida Gulf Coast University, Oct. 10, 2013

“U.S.-Latin American Relations,” invited lecture for the Introduction to Latin American History survey taught by Dr. Michael Cole, Florida Gulf Coast University, Dec. 5, 2013

“The Church under Nazi Germany,” invited lecture for the 5th Annual Teacher-Training Seminar, Holocaust Museum of Southwest Florida, June 22, 2011

“Vegetarianism: Myths, Tips, and Experiences,” invited lectures for 4 Environmental Colloquium course sections taught by Dr. Kirk Otto, Florida Gulf Coast University, Feb. 16 and Oct. 5, 2011; Sept. 22, 2012; Mar. 2, 2013

Undergraduate Research

“The Ideologization of U.S.-Guatemalan Relations, 1944-1952,” presented at the Graduate History Forum, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC, April 20, 2013 (via Skype)

“The Ideologization of U.S.-Guatemalan Relations,” presented at the Florida Conference of Historians Annual Meeting, New College of Florida, Sarasota, FL, March 1, 2013

“Conceptualizing Difference in New World Encounters,” presented at the Hispanic Heritage Month Academic Seminar, Florida Gulf Coast University, Oct. 18, 2012

“Revolutionary Creole Patriotism in Colonial Spanish America,” 11th Annual Research Day, Florida Gulf Coast University, April 20, 2012; recipient of the Presidential Award for best Undergraduate Student Oral Presentation

“The Cosmic Race: An Intellectual History of Mestizaje,” poster presentation for 11th Annual Research Day, Florida Gulf Coast University, April 20, 2012

“Rise of the Cosmic Race: Mestizaje as Intellectual Discourse in Mexico to 1930,” presented at the Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, Miami, FL, March 9, 2012

Patria y Libertad: The Rise of National Consciousness in Spanish America,” presented at the Phi Alpha Theta Biennial Convention, Orlando, FL, Jan. 5, 2012

“Hitler versus Christ: Nazism’s Ambivalent Co-Existence with Christianity,” presented at the Ohio Valley History Conference, Murray State University, Murray, KY, Oct. 7, 2011

“Hitler versus Christ: Nazism’s Shifting Attitudes toward Christianity,” presented at the Florida Conference of Historians Annual Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, April 16, 2011

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