I am from Cumming, GA with a Master's degree in Public Administration, a Bachelor's Degree in Ethnographic History, and over seventy credit hours in Anthropology. I am about to begin my Ph.D. in European War History. I am a veteran of the US Army and I spent a decade as an Engineer Officer. I have previously worked as a student paper editor and as a lab technician in the Antonio J. Waring Archaeology Lab at the University of West Georgia. I am also a published author, musician, and a boxing coach. I firmly believe that people should make themselves great at everything in which they take an interest. I have language experience in German and Norwegian. I was a Company Commander for One Station Unit Soldiers at Fort Leonard Wood, MO., and served as an Installation level Long Range Planner after a year as a battalion Operations Officer. I was involved in the creation and implementation of the Human Dimension program that affected strategy at the Army level.
I worked for three years as an artifact revitalization expert. I conducted Graduate and Undergraduate research in quantitative and qualitative research methodology for History, Anthropology, and Public Administration. I worked in an engagement team with local national civilians in Afghanistan.
My specific areas of study include: Ethnography, Trojan War, Peloponnesian War, Wars of Theban Ascendancy, Alexander III of Macedon, Roman Republic and Early Empire, Fall of Rome and the Mediaeval Period, Viking Culture, Maritime Warfare, the Hundred Years' War, the Wars of the Roses, the Thirty Years' War, and the Napoleonic Wars. I have ten years of personal military experience. My experience in teaching is non-standard. I am lucky in that my approach is not limited in scope by the standard practices in pedagogy. I believe in experiential and sensory learning, coupled with immediate feedback. Please contact me with inquiries if you would like to learn more in more interesting ways.
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