US pre-1900, 2012


Research Interests

Nineteenth- and twentieth-century history of the United States and the Pacific world; Hawaii; American imperialism; public health, medicine, and the environment; urbanization and commercial growth; medical geography; migration and settlement; race and racism; human rights; visual and material culture


America’s Sanitary Sieve: Public Health, Infectious Diseases, and the Urbanization of Honolulu, 1860–1914


—Historians Garner Teaching Prizes
—History Students Awarded 47 Research Grants in 2017–18