Areas of Expertise

Early Modern Europe, Britain and Ireland, The British Empire, The Atlantic World, Comparative Colonialism

Summary

Book Manuscript in Progress: “Tudor Imperialism: Exploration, Expansion, and Experimentation in the Sixteenth-Century British Atlantic World”

Education

PhD, Georgetown University 2013
MA, Georgetown University 2009
BA, Union College 2006

Positions

Davis Lecturer
Georgetown University, Department of History
September 01, 2011 - May 01, 2012
“The Tudor World: Politics and Culture, 1485-1603”

Previous Courses

Courses offered in the Spring of 2014:

“Empires and Empires of the Mind in World History, ca. 1490 to the Present”

“The Tudors: Politics and Culture, 1485-1603”

“The Real Game of Thrones: The Medieval Era in History and Legend”

Publications

“An Experiment in British Empire: Henry VIII in Tournai, 1513-1519,” Memoire, Societe Royale d’Histoire et d’Archeologie de Tournai, vol. XIV, forthcoming, late 2013

Seminars

“Henry VIII, Tournai, and the Origins of the British Empire,” presented before the North American Conference on British Studies, Cincinnati, OH, October 2008

“The Stuart Legacy of Henry VIII: The King in History, 1603-1688,” presented before “Henry VIII and the Tudor Court, 1509-2009,” a three-day academic conference to mark the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII’s accession to the throne, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey, UK, July 2009

“‘Ungracious Dogholes’: The Henrician British Empire in Tournai, Ireland, and Newfoundland, 1513-1527, Early Modern Global History Seminar, Institute for Global History, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 14 December 2012

Honors and Awards

Dissertation Fellow, McNeil Center for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 2012-13

Thomas Helde Award for Excellence in Teaching, Georgetown University, 2011-12

Royden B. Davis Teaching Fellowship, History Department, Georgetown University, 2011-12

NEH Summer Seminar for College and University Teachers, “English Encounters with the Americas, 1550-1610” at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, with support, July 2011

Piepho Grant for archival dissertation research, History Department, Georgetown University, Spring 2011

Non-Service Grant, History Department, Georgetown University (2010-2011)

Assistant to the Director of Graduate Studies, Department of History, Georgetown University (2008-2010)

Teaching Assistantship, Georgetown University (2007-2008)

Graduate School Tuition Scholarship, Georgetown University (2006-2013)

GSAS/History Department International Conference Travel Grant, Georgetown University, 2009

GSAS/History Department US Conference Travel Grant, Georgetown University, 2008

Affiliations

Advisory Committee, Washington Area Consortium for North American History, 2010-2013

NACBS, American Historical Association, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, 2006-present