Personal Statement:

My dissertation focuses on medieval women and work in an urban context in northern France and the Low Countries.

Dissertation Title:

Gender, Work, and Economic Power: Elite Women in Late Medieval Douai, c. 1285 to 1384

Courses Taught:

History 115: The Fall of Rome and the Birth of Europe, (c. 300-1050 CE)

History 117C: Women, the Family, and Sexuality in the Middle Ages (c. 400-1400 CE)

Awards & Professional Activities:

Interdisciplinary Humanities Center Predoctoral Fellow, 2015-16
Fulbright Research Grant to France, 2015-16
Warren C. Hollister Memorial Fellowship, UCSB Department of History, 2014-15
UCSB History Associates Fellow, 2012-13
Founders’ Prize, first runner-up, Medieval Association of the Pacific Conference, 2013
Regents’ Special Fellowship, UCSB Graduate Division, 2011-2016