I am a 3rd year PhD candidate in History under the guidance of David Como. I focus on religious and cultural history of early modern Britain and am particularly interested in ideas of apocalypticism, millenarianism in the English Civil Wars and Revolution, radical sectarian notions of empire, and, more broadly, the messy dynamics between power and and resistance in the seventeenth century.
Prior to my time here at Stanford, I received my MA in History with a concentration in Museum Studies from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, CA under the guidance of Lori Anne Ferrell. My master's thesis is titled "I will write of Cornwall, Cornhell in the West": Prophecy, Itinerancy, and Anna Trapnel's Struggle with Cromwellian Authorities.
Current Role at Stanford
Co-coordinator of the Religion, Politics, and Culture Workshop, sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center
Communications Coordinator of the Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies at Stanford University
Graduate Mentor for Undergraduate Honors Thesis Writers
Education & Certifications
MA, Claremont Graduate University, History, Concentration in Museum Studies (2020)