Short and Long Form Non-Fiction Narratives

Uncontained Randomness – Little Saigon Looks to the Future

Discovering Many Stories – Restoration and Preservation in Seattle’s Chinatown International District

Finding Balance – Preserving the Past and Planning for the Future in Seattle’s Nihonmachi

Seattle Youth Commission and People’s Academy for Community Engagement team up to elevate the voice of Seattle’s youth

Collaboration in Action on First Hill

Bringing Communities Together: Dennis Bateman on Community Engagement Coordinators

Moving Seattle Forward: Transportation Equity and the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

Hey Neighbor: Meet Kim Schwarzkopf

Profiles

Andrés Mantilla confirmed as Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Director

Theses

2013 - University of Cambridge - Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic

Supervisor: Dr Rosalind Love

MPhil Dissertation Title: “Glossing the Past: The Pedagogical Context of the Gildasian Glosses Preserved in the Corpus Glossary (Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 144).”

Publications

“Words, Meanings, and Readings: Reconstructing the Use of Gildas’s De excidio Britanniae at the Canterbury School,” Viator 47 no. 1 (Spring 2016)

Work in Progress

"Sustenance, Sanctity, and the Secular: Examining the Symbolism of Food in Anglo-Latin Hagiography and Biography," (working paper).

"Encircled by Deceit: The Myth of Carthage as Model for the Foundation of the English Kingdom," (working paper).