Adam received his BA (with honors) from Manhattanville College in 1999, his MA in History at Hunter College, CUNY in 2005, and his PhD from Loyola University Chicago in 2011. Adam has presented his research findings on vegetarian history to a variety of academic conferences, has two articles published on the subject and has spoken to various vegetarian groups and societies on the identity's history. Adam's work on digital history has also appeared in Common-place and his research at Mount Vernon was mentioned by the New York Times.
In addition to spending his time scouring archives to find old vegetarian cookbooks, Adam is a nearly obsessive baseball fan, enjoys listening to a wide range of music and spending time in the kitchen experimenting with a variety of vegetarian recipes. Most importantly, Adam lives in Northeast Pennsylvania with his wife, daughter, son, and two cats, all of whom put up with his long descriptions of long gone vegetarians, wheat bread and boarding houses.
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