Aristocratic and monastic cultures in twelfth-century England, with a particular focus on the career of bishop Henry of Blois.
MA in History from Boston College
Co-Author with Scott G. Bruce, "Ex sanctorum patrum certissimis testimoniis: Reading the Greek Fathers in Latin in Early Medieval Monasteries" in the Journal of Medieval Monastic Studies.
Co-Author of "Medieval Dreams and Far-Right Nightmares" in the July-August 2021 issue of Current Affairs.
"The Bishop and the Beasts: Henry of Blois' Menagerie and the Construction of Episcopal Power" at the 2022 International Medieval Congress in Leeds, UK.
"Coding Under Covid: Reflections from the Siege of Antioch Project 2020-2021," at the 2022 International Medieval Congress in Kalamazoo, MI.
“The Greek Fathers in Latin Manuscripts of the Early Middle Ages,” 2021 International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
“Pursuing Masculinity: Dogs and Men in Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England,” 2020 York Center for Medieval Studies Graduate Conference.
“Fifty Ways to Kill a Viking: Patterns of Violence in the Viking Age,” 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
“Podcasts and Pedagogy: Learning and Teaching Through Podcasting,” 2019 International Meeting of the American Conference for Irish Studies, Boston, Massachusetts.
“Professional Development off of the Beaten Path, Israel, Jordan, and Palestine,” 2016 Region IX National Association of Foreign Student Advisors (NAFSA), Newport Rhode Island.
Summer Graduate Research Fellowship, 2020 & 2021.