- PhD, Yale University, 2014
- Early modern British history
- Popular politics and power
- Migration and immigration in the early modern world
- Creation of national identities
- Early modern urban spaces
- Social and institutional networks
- Microeconomics and social economic history
- Early modern religion
- A People’s Reformation: Building the English Church in the Elizabethan Parish (forthcoming, McGill-Queens University Press).
- ““Religious Cultures,” in The New Cambridge History of Britain, Volume III: 1500-1750, Susan Amussen and Paul Monod, eds.. Cambridge University Press (under contract).
- “Ordering the Strangers: European Immigration in Early Modern England” (in progress).
- Western Civ to 1648 (HY 101)
- Reformation Europe (HY 444)
- England under the Tudors (HY 490)
- England under the Stuarts (HY 491)
- History of London (HY 497)
- Graduate Readings in Early Modern European History (HY 631)
- Graduate Historiography and Methods (HY 665)
Awards and Honors
- 2019/22, Durham University Research Visiting Fellowship (postponed until 2022)
- 2018, College Academy for Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Grant (UA)
- 2018, Folger Library, Grant-in-aid, London Bills of Mortality Symposium
- 2017, Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement with Research (Oxford)
- 2017, UK Association of Heritage Interpretation Overall Award for Excellence in Interpretation (Historical Expert, National Trust)
- 2016, Keble College Small Research Grant, British Immigration Project (Oxford)
- 2014, Theron Rockwell Field Prize (Yale)
- 2014, US Department of Education Title VI Grant (Grantwriter, Yale)
- A People’s Reformation: Building the English Church in the Elizabethan Parish (forthcoming, McGill-Queens University Press, expected publication winter 2023)
Articles and Book Chapters:
- “Ordering the Strangers: European Immigration in Early Modern England” (in progress) “Religious Cultures,” in The New Cambridge History of Britain, Volume III: 1500-1750, Susan Amussen and Paul Monod, eds. Cambridge University Press (under contract).
- with Matthew Tyler-Jones and Jeanice Brooks, “A Soundscape Case Study: Pre-Reformation Lady Mass at the Vyne, Basingstoke.” Curator: the Museum Journal (July 2019)
- ‘Pensioners, Prisoners, and Pupils: Tudor Charity at Corpus Christi College,’ in Renaissance College: Corpus Christi College Oxford in Context, 1450-1600, John Watts, ed. Oxford University Press (July 2019)
- “The Pious Politics of Godly Women in Post-Reformation England,” in Germany and Britain in the Reformation: Comparison, Transfer, and Entanglements, ed. Frank-Lothar Kroll (August 2018).
- “Ecclesiastical Improvements, Lay Impropriations, and the Building of a Post-Reformation Church in England, 1560-1600.” The Historical Journal (March 2015)