Cultural, Intellectual, and Religious History in Latin Europe's Long Twelfth Century, Crusading Literature and Rhetoric, Byzanto-Latin Relations, Latin Christian Perceptions of "the Other," and Reception.of the Classical Tradition in Latin Europe
Doctoral Candidate: The University of Tennessee, 2019
M.A. Early Christian Studies: University of Notre Dame, 2015
B.A. English and History: University of Texas, Arlington, 2013
Greco-Roman Myth, and Roman Law and Governance. At the University of Tennessee I have served as a TA for courses on the History of Western Civilization, the History of the Later Roman World, and the History of the Middle East. During my Masters I also served as the Graduate Student Assistant for the University of Notre Dame's Center for Digital Scholarship. And at the University of Tennessee I have served as a Writing Tutor for the History Department and as a Research Assistant for the Voices Out Loud Project.