Digital History


Sport in American History blog.

As a digital historian, I’m interested in creating engaging projects that break down traditional academic barriers and make history accessible to more audiences. I’m also inspired by the pedagogical promise of digital history. These twin motivations guides me as I continue to explore and experiment with new technologies and approaches.

The links below will take you to the various projects I’ve created. Most of them are pretty basic and were created during the learning process. As I learn more, I hope to build more projects and improve my skills. Check back for updates, as I hope to post more here in the future. If you would like to learn more about the projects or collaborate on something new, feel free to contact me!


“The Power of Blogging: Rethinking Scholarship and Reshaping Boundaries at Sport in American History,Journal of Sport History, vol. 44, no. 2 (Summer 2017) p. 239-256.


African American Life in Texarkana

Baker University Track and Field History

Putting Oklahoma Football on the Map: An Atlas of University of Oklahoma Football from 1947-1963

Sport in American History

The Spurgeon Notebook

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