University of Chicago, History PhD. Dissertation advisor: William J. Novak
Northwestern University, Liberal Studies MA (US history concentration)
University of London, Courtauld Institute Postgraduate Conservation Diploma
Grinnell College, Humanities BA (fine arts major)
University of Wisconsin-Madison: Visiting Assistant Professor, Center for Law, Society & Justice, College of Letters & Science, 2011-13
University of Wisconsin Law School: Fellow, Institute for Legal Studies, 2011-13
University of Wisconsin Law School: Law and Society Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Legal Studies, 2010-11
University of Minnesota Law School: Alumni Fund Fellow in Legal History, 2009-10
University of Wisconsin-MadisonLegal Studies 450: Looking Beyond the Law’s Letter Legal Studies 450: Clues, A History of Criminal Evidence History/Legal Studies 510: Legal Pluralism Legal Studies 694: Field Observation in Criminal Justice Design Studies 355: Fashion History 1400-Present Design Studies 501: Preventive Textile Conservation (graduate)
University of ChicagoHistory/Latin American Studies 27701: Spirituality and Statecraft in the Americas History 13700: America in Western Civilization III, The Twentieth Century (TA)
Museum/Public History Experience
Conservation Consultant: Chicago History Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2006-2013
Chicago History Museum: Collections and Research Consultant, 2002-05
Chicago History Museum: Staff Conservator, 1992-2001
Contract Conservator: Chicago History Museum, Field Museum of Natural History, Milwaukee Public Museum, Minnesota Historical Society, Rocky Mountain Regional Conservation Center, Spertus Museum of Judaica, and Wisconsin State Historical Society, 1989-92.
Field Museum of Natural History: Conservation Intern, Anthropology, 1988-89
English Heritage: Conservation Intern, Ancient Monuments Laboratory, 1987
Kansas City Museum: Conservation Technician, 1985
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: Conservation Intern, 1984-85
Works in Progress
“Home Rule: Equitable Justice in Progressive Chicago and the Philippines,” resubmitted following revise and resubmit, Law & History Review.
Extraordinary Remedies, book manuscript for University of Chicago Press, by invitation.
“Wet with Blood: The Investigation of Mary Todd Lincoln’s Cloak,” in Readings in Conservation: Changing Views of Textile Conservation, eds. Mary M. Brooks and Dinah D. Eastop (Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute, 2011).
Extraordinary Remedies: The Court of Chancery and Equitable Justice in Chicago, (University of Chicago Dissertation, 2009) available at http://proquest.umi.com
“Connective Tissues: Ethical Guidelines for Biohistorical Research,” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, 43:3 (Winter 2004), 227-236.
“Constructing Ethical Guidelines for Biohistory,” Lori B. Andrews, Nancy Buenger, Jennifer Bridge, Laurie Rosenow, David Stoney, R.E. Gaensslen, Theodore Karamanski, Russell Lewis, Jordan Paradise, Amy Inlander, David Gonen, Science, Volume 304, Number 5668 (April 9, 2004): 215-216.
“Gunther, Charles Frederick,” American National Biography Online, Oxford University Press, April 2003, available at http://www.anb.org/articles/10/10-02260.html.
Review of Textiles Revealed: Object Lessons in Historic Textile and Costume Research, Mary Brooks (ed.), in Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 40, no.3 (Fall/Winter 2002): 272-274.
Wet with Blood: The Investigation of Mary Todd Lincoln’s Cloak, available at chicagohistory.org/wetwithblood (Chicago History Museum and Northwestern University, 2000).
Law & Humanities Junior Scholar Paper Competition, “Home Rule: Equitable Justice in Progressive Chicago and the Philippines,” 2011
J. Willard Hurst Fellowship, Summer Institute in Legal History, University of Wisconsin Law School, 2009
Freehling Research and Travel Grants, University of Chicago, 2006-8
Doolittle-Harrison Travel Fellowships, University of Chicago, 2008-9
Von Holst Prize Lectureship, University of Chicago, 2006-2007
Arthur Mann Memorial Research and Travel Fellowships, University of Chicago, 2004-2006
National Science Foundation Grant, in collaboration with the Chicago History Museum and the Institute for Science, Law and Technology, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2002-2005
University of Chicago full tuition scholarship and stipend, 2001-2005
Northwestern University Scholars Award, best thesis in Master of Arts Liberal Studies & English programs, “Wet with Blood: The Investigation of Mary Todd Lincoln’s Cloak,” 2001
Samuel H. Kress Foundation Fellowships in Conservation, 1987-1989
Dane County Juvenile Justice System: Facilitator and mentor, expressive art workshops for court-involved and at-risk minority youth in collaboration with the Dane County Juvenile Court Program, Dane County Juvenile Shelter, and ArtSpeak, Community Partnerships, Inc., 2012-13
Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters: Gratis conservation services, 2010
University of Chicago: Coordinator, Professional Issues Workshop, Dept. of History, 2003-05
University of Chicago: Representative, Graduate Student Affairs Committee, 2003-05
University of Chicago: Representative, History Graduate Student Association, 2002-05
National Museum Fellows Program: Lecturer and Mentor, Chicago History Museum, 1999-2000
Wilmette Historical Museum: Gratis conservation services,1995-98.
Museum of the Holocaust Memorial Foundation: Gratis conservation services, Skokie, Illinois, 1996