Medieval history, specifically history of human-animal relationships, gender and sexuality, and animals and the law.
MA, History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2015
MA, History, University of Rochester, 2018
BA, History, University of Minnesota-Morris, 2013
BA, Anthropology, University of Minnesota-Morris, 2013
Courses Offered (subject to change)
- HIST 197: Monsters in Western History, Syllabus
- MA Thesis: “Utterly Confused Categories: Gender Non-Conformity in Late Medieval and Early Modern Western Europe.” Published in June 2015.
- “Gender Non-Conformity in Late Medieval and Early Modern Western Europe.” Presented at the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies 2015 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. January 2015.
- “Embodying Strategies of Resistance: Gender Passing in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe.” Presented at 4th annual Gender Matters conference, Embodying Praxis, Engaging Solutions at Governors State University, University Park IL. April 2014.
- Slattery Fellowship, University of Rochester (2017)