Associate Professor of History
Chairperson, Department of Humanities
Hillyer Hall 326
Ph.D., History, University of Connecticut (2000)
M.A., History, Villanova University (1990)
B.A., History, Fairfield University (1985)
Irish Diplomatic Response to "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland.
Separate Agendas: Churchill, Eisenhower, and Anglo-American Relations, Lexington Books, 2006.
"Exploiting Opportunities: Iraq Secures Military Aid from the West, 1953-56," International Journal of Middle East Studies (36, 2004)
I advise students with interests in:
I have advised Hillyer students who have gone on to a variety of academic and professional pursuits including legal and medical studies, business degrees, and liberal arts degrees.
Why you enjoy teaching Hillyer students:
Hillyer students are often unaware of their academic and professional potential and our college does an excellent job of opening up new horizons to our students. I find this a very rewarding part of teaching at Hillyer College.