Publications and Presentations

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Navigating overlapping traumas as a new professional,” History@Work, October 1, 2020

DIGITAL EXHIBITS AND TOURS

“Imagine Going Half a Day and Not Seeing Anybody that Looks Like You”: A History of Black Students and Employees at Tennessee Tech, Tennessee Tech Archives and Special Collections Digital Exhibits, April 2021

Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center History, Tennessee Tech Archives and Special Collections Digital Exhibits, November 2020

Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center Events, Tennessee Tech Archives and Special Collections Digital Exhibits, September 2020

New Albany, Indiana Curatescape Project, Discover Indiana, 2015

IN-PERSON EXHIBITS

A History of Desegregation at Tennessee Tech University, Tennessee Tech University Volpe Library exhibit space, September 2021

“What Affects One Group Affects All of Us”: Black Student Activism at Tennessee Tech, Tennessee Tech University Roaden University Center Multicultural Affair’s exhibit case, February 2021

RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Writing a New Chapter: Sharing, Promoting, and Solidifying Historically Excluded Stories”, roundtable, National Council on Public History Annual Meeting, virtual, March 2021

“The Plagues of Egypt in Rural Tennessee: How an Archive Responded to Community Needs after a Tornado and during COVID-19,” paper co-presented with Megan Atkinson, Society of Georgia Archivists Annual Meeting, virtual, November 2020

“Developing and Utilizing Digital History Projects as a Graduate Student,” roundtable, Ohio Valley History Conference, Frankfort, KY, October 2019

“‘It is Doubted Whether He is Entitled to the Protection of the Law’: Free Blacks in Early National Mercer County, Kentucky,” paper, Ohio Valley History Conference,
Richmond, KY, October 2015