Thematic Research Areas
Regional Research Areas
Ph.D., UBC, 2021
M.A., UBC, 2015
B.A. (hons.), UBC, 2013
Teaching and Supervision
Course Instructor, UBC
Europe in the Early Middle Ages (HIST 363) – Term 1, Fall 2021
Uses of the Past and the Perception of Golden Ages (HIST 490B) – Term 1, Fall 2020
Guest Lecturer, UBC:
Medieval Portraits and Personalities (HIST 478), March 2014
Gateway to the Middle Ages (HIST 202), March 2014
Europe in the Later Middle Ages (HIST 364), February 2014
Teaching Assistant, UBC:
History of Canada (HIST 235) – Term 1, Fall 2021
Medieval Jewish History (HIST 341) – Term 2, Spring 2021
World History from 1500 to the Twentieth Century (HIST 102) – Terms 1-2, Fall/Spring 2020-21
World History from 1500 to the Twentieth Century (HIST 102) – Terms 1-2, Fall/Spring 2019-20
World History from 1500 to the Twentieth Century (HIST 102) – Terms 1-2, Fall/Spring 2018-19
History of Europe (HIST 220A) – Term 2, Spring 2018
Topics in World History: The Global Gandhi (HIST 104) – Term 1, Fall 2017
History of Europe (HIST 220) – Term 2, Spring 2017
World History to Oceanic Contact (HIST 101) – Terms 1-2, Fall/Spring 2014-15
Topics in World History: Global History of Disease (HIST 104) – Term 2, Spring 2013
Course Assistant, New York University:
World War II (HIST-UA 45) – Term 2, Spring 2016
Espionage and the Making of the Modern World (HIST-UA 94) – Term 1, Fall 2015
Research Assistant, Simon Fraser University, Department of History:
Research Assistant to Prof. Roxanne Panchasi, 2022. Research for digital humanities project concerning France’s nuclear program and its impact in Algeria.
Research Assistant, The University of British Columbia, Department of History:
Research Assistant to Prof. Sebastian Prange, 2020. Research for the medieval section of an upcoming monograph on “Outlaw Economics.”
Research Assistant to Prof. Courtney Booker, Department of History, 2019. Assistance with collating a medieval manuscript.
Research Assistant to Prof. Courtney Booker, Department of History, 2017–18. Project collaborator on the creation of an electronic database of early modern (ca. 1500–1800) authors’ copies (Handexemplars).
Research Assistant to Prof. Courtney Booker, Department of History, 2016–17. Assistance with English translation of Henri-Xavier Arquillière’s L’augustinisme politique. Essai sur la formation des théories politiques du Moyen Âge.
Research Assistant to Prof. Richard Pollard, Department of History, 2013–14. “The Latin Josephus Project”: https://sites.google.com/site/latinjosephus/.
Research Assistant to Prof. Leslie Paris, Department of History, 2012–13. Assistance with historical project on the cloth-diapering subculture in contemporary North America.
Coordinator & Research Assistant to Prof. Tara Mayer, assistance in planning and organizing the international research roundtable “Visual Literacy: Seeing, Making, and Reading Images Across the Disciplines,” held at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Study, Vancouver, BC, 23–25 October, 2019.
Co-organizer of the 45th annual UBC Medieval Workshop: “Theologies of the Political: From Augustine to Agamben, and Beyond,” Vancouver, BC, 29–30 March, 2019.
“Temporality, Authority, and ‘Ancient Christianity’ in the Carolingian Era” (Ph.D. diss., 2021)
“Beati patres: Uses of Augustine and Gregory the Great at Carolingian Church Councils, 816–836″ (M.A. thesis, The University of British Columbia, 2015).
The Latin Josephus Project (with Richard Matthew Pollard).
“Sharers in the Contemplative Virtue: Julianus Pomerius’s Carolingian Audience” (honors thesis, The University of British Columbia, 2013).
- Early medieval Europe
- Carolingian political and ecclesiastical culture
- Church history
- Textual reception
- Historical Theology
- Patristics and Late Antiquity
- Augustine of Hippo
- Gregory the Great
- Authorship and authority
- Canon law and the construction of Christian orthodoxy
- Conceptions of time, history, and memory
- Uses of the past
- Political Theology
“Pomerius, Julianus.” In the Brill Encyclopedia of Early Christianity. Edited by David G. Hunter, Paul J.J. van Geest, and Bert Jan Lietaert Peerbolte. Leiden, 2021.
“An Authority among Authorities: Knowledge and Use of Augustine in the Wider Carolingian World,” Early Medieval Europe 28.4 (2020), pp. 532–559.
“Sharers in the Contemplative Virtue: Julianus Pomerius’s Carolingian Audience,” Comitatus 45 (2014), pp. 1-44.
Review of Martin Goodman, Josephus’s The Jewish War: A Biography, H-War (2021).
Review of Rutger Kramer, Rethinking Authority in the Carolingian Empire: Ideals and Expectations during the Reign of Louis the Pious (813–828), Early Medieval Europe 29.1 (2021)
“Review of K. Patrick Fazioli, The Mirror of the Medieval: An Anthropology of the Western Historical Imagination,” Francia-Recensio, no. 1., 2018.
“Review of Nancy Mandeville Caciola, Afterlives: The Return of the Dead in the Middle Ages,” Comitatus, vol. 48. pp. 196-199, 2017.
“Review of Faithful Narratives: Historians, Religion, and the Challenge of Objectivity, ed. Andrea Sterk and Nina Caputo,” Comitatus, vol. 46. pp. 231-233, 2015.
“Review of Law, Rulership, and Rhetoric: Selected Essays of Robert L. Benson, ed. Loren J. Weber, in collaboration with Giles Constable and Richard H. Rouse,” Comitatus, vol. 46. pp. 258-260 , 2015.
“Review of George E. Demacopoulos, The Invention of Peter: Apostolic Discourse and Papal Authority in Late Antiquity,”Comitatus, vol. 45. pp. 233-236, 2014.
“Tempora periculosa, dies mali: Tyconius, Augustine, and Their Carolingian Readers’ Responses to Pauline Eschatology,” delivered at the 45th annual UBC Medieval Workshop: “Theologies of the Political: From Augustine to Agamben, and Beyond,” Vancouver, BC, 29 March, 2019.
“How ‘Augustinian’ Was the ‘Carolingian World’?,” delivered as part of the panel “Living in the Carolingian World,” at the 53rd annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Mich., 10 May 2018.
- David W. Strangway Fellowship, 2019
- UBC History Department Teaching Assistant Award, 2019
- Conway Summer Travel Scholarship in German History, 2019
- Department of History (UBC) Summer Research and Writing Fellowship, 2019
- UBC Graduate Student Research Award, 2019
- Josephine T. Berthier Fellowship, 2018
- David W. Strangway Fellowship, 2018
- Department of History (UBC), M.A. Thesis Prize, for best thesis in cohort, 2015
- SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship, 2013
- J.H. Stewart Reid Medal and Prize in Honors History, for best thesis in cohort, 2013
- Fritz Lehmann Memorial Prize in History, 2012