Fields of Study: Britain and France, 1660-1815; Early Modern Print and Visual Culture; Gender
I am a third year PhD student focusing on early modern Europe. I am particularly interested in print and visual culture, and ways in which they intersected and influenced gender, education, and religious dissent. In 2009 I received an AB in History and Literature of early modern Europe, magna cum laude, from Harvard College. In 2010, I received an MA in Art History, with Distinction, from the Courtauld Institute of Art, with an emphasis on Print Culture and the Arts in Early Modern Europe. Between the Courtauld and Princeton, I worked as Research Assistant to the curator of Prints and Drawings at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles.
My evolving dissertation project involves the study of warfare and gender in the late eighteenth century, particularly in Britain and France.