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Assistant Professor of History
School of Social Sciences and Education
- Ph.D., History, McGill University (2022)
- M.A., Comparative History: Medieval Studies, Central European University (2011)
- B.A., Psychology (Major), History (Minor), The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007)
Fields of Study
- Medieval History
- History of Medicine
- History of Medieval Medicine
- Social History
- Pre-Modern Italian History
- Pre-Modern Women’s History
- Monastic History
- European History
- History of Medieval Europe
- Medieval Women
- The History of Medicine
- The Holocaust: History & Memory
- 20th Century European History
- World History: 1500-Present
- Forthcoming: “Faking It: Thirteenth Century Bolognese Responses to Feigning Leprosy.” In The Art of Illness: Malingering, Inventing, and Doubting Health Conditions, edited by Wendy J. Turner (Routledge Advances in the History of Bioethics).
- Forthcoming: “By Its Spots: Leprosy as Medieval Illness.” In Images, Objects, & Remains, edited by Lori Jones (ARC Humanities Press).
- 2023: “‘Have You Come Here to Play Jesus’: The Use and Misuse of Medieval Leprosy in Modern Media.” In Beyond Cadfael, edited by Lucy Barnhouse and Winston Black (Palgrave Studies in Science and Popular Culture).
- 2022: “’No More Horrified by Them’: Royal Holy Women and Lepers in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.” In Living on the Edge: Transgression, Exclusion, and Persecution in the Middle Ages, edited by Delfi Nieto and Laura Miquel Milian, 59-74. Berlin: Medieval Institute Publications, 2022.
- 2022: “’For the good and pacific state of the people of the Commune’: Healthscaping in Bologna and Siena Before the Black Death (c. 1100-1348).” In Pre-Modern Environment and Disease, edited by Lori Jones, 19-37. London: Routledge, 2022.
- 2021: “Kissing Lepers: Saint Francis and the Treatment of Lepers in the High Middle Ages.” In Leprosy and Identity in the Middle Ages: From England to the Mediterranean, edited by Elma Brenner and François-Olivier Touati. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2021.