Colorado College (History)
I am a serious and passionate historian, who has focused primarily on early American history – the colonial era to early 20th century, including American religious history and Native American history – as well as Greek and Roman history, especially the rise of Christianity in the Ancient Mediterranean and Western worlds.
Within American history, I personally focus on American religious movements, especially that of evangelical, protestant sects from the colonial era through the turn of the 20th century. I have written my undergraduate thesis on Pentecostal Serpent handlers in the American South, a project that combined many of my interests within history, including American regionalism, race, gender and religion.
I love teaching and strive to provide my students with an accessible, dynamic and engaging experience. I have been tutoring and instructing for over three years and specialize in history, social studies and essay writing and rhetorical skills for a broad range of disciplines.
I am willing to both meet students either in my home, or travel to libraries, the student's school or other, quiet, public spaces, such as coffee shops. I also try to make myself available via telephone, text messaging or email. I am a serious and passionate historian, who has focused primarily on early American history – the colonial era to early 20th century, including American religious history and Native American history – as well as … Read more
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