Information Services Librarian (full-time), (10/00-present)
Sacramento Public Library, Central Branch, Sacramento, CA.
Reference Librarian and Part-Time Faculty (4 hours/week), (7/00-present) Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA.
Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science. (Degree Completion, 5/92)
Portland State University, Portland, OR. Master of Arts in European History. (Degree Completion, 4/95)
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA. Master of Library and Information Science. (Degree Completion, 12/99)
Vikingship: Formerly known as Herodotus, Vikingship is designed to be a meta-site composed of the most timely Internet resources on World History. It contains a Key Events Index, links to sites dealing with regional/national histories, reference tools, such as dictionaries and encyclopedias, and links to various topical histories. The goal of Vikingship is to provide an online pathfinder to the best, most reputable history resources that the Internet has to offer.
CSUS Primary Sources in Microform Index: This Index is dedicated to providing CSUS students and faculty with a tool for finding the smattering of history primary resources that the Library holds in microform. It was done in concert with Ben Amata, CSUS History, Political Science, and Government Documents Librarian.
Harbor Defenses of the Columbia River: An ongoing research project, dedicated to bringing an obscured historical event to the Net. Contains a brief history of the Harbor Defenses of the Columbia River, detailed information on a June 1942 attack on the installation by a Japanese submarine, various veteran interviews (both about the attack and HDC life), several HDC images, and resources dealing with the Defense of the Pacific Coast during the twentieth-century.
353rd Infantry Regiment Web site: Indefinitely under construction, this site was originally designed to accompany a book being written on the 353rd Infantry Regiment (89th Infantry Division) during the Second World War. Unfortunately, a turf war started with another group claiming the right to be the sole body authorized to develop an official site on the 353. Ergo, the site lives, but unfinished and languishing.
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World War II Veteran Interviews. The first three are in affiliation with the California Military Museum, while the last three were done independently for my Web project "Harbor Defenses of the Columbia River."
Coming Soon! "El Dorado In a Shot Glass: Saloon Culture in Antebellum Sacramento."
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Check out this list of sources for the Central Library's January 2002 book display: "Sentinels of Freedom: Women and Minorities in America's Wars."
Check out this graphic for the Central Library's August 2003 book display: "THE COLD WAR."
Check out this graphic for the Central Library's November 2003 book display: "THE JKF ASSASSINATION: 40 YEARS OF CONTROVERSY."
Check out this graphic for the Central Library's March 2005 book display: "The Philosophers."
In 1995, at PSU, I wrote my Master's Thesis. It addressed Nazi Foreign Policy in the Middle East, more specifically, in Iraq during the Spring of 1941. For access to the thesis, click on the follow chapters: