I am a second-year master’s student of Communications and Folklore & Ethnography (Certificate) at Penn State Harrisburg. Much of my research has been associated with interdisciplinary studies of Humanities and Social Science. My research interests focus on Environmental Communication, Digital Media and Social Networks, Phenomenology, and Gender & Sexuality Studies. My thesis investigates media representation, historical memory, and powwowing of the 1928 York, Pennsylvania, witch trials. As a Midtown Harrisburg resident, I volunteer at LGBT Center of Central PA and Tri County Community Action. In fall 2020, Frank Stephanie (Columbia College Chicago) and I co-founded Visiting Experts' Network (VEN) to help scholars request guest speakers and get connected.
Most of my research and publications are available on this site, along with some resources about my course works, and some of occasional writings including poetry. My Curriculum Vitae has more detail, if you need it.