2019                 Ph.D. History, University of Virginia: fields in Iberian World 1450-1820;

                          Early Modern Europe and the World; Transnational Gender History

2015                 M.A. History, University of Virginia

2011                 B.A. in History, minor in Philosophy, Brigham Young University


2021     Embodiment and Affect in Devotional Conflicts of the Spanish Atlantic (work in progress)

2021     “‘The Burning Charity of Our Ancestors’: Social Imaginaries and Confraternal Reform in Eighteenth-century Spanish Catholicism” (revise and resubmit, Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies)

2015     “Sor Maria Gertrudis and Her Cross: The Burden of Doubt in the Poetry of an Eighteenth-century Nun,” Dieciocho: Hispanic Enlightenment 38:1 (2015), 83-102.

2015     “‘Equal Portions of Heavenly Fire’: Mary Wollstonecraft and the Sexless Soul,” Religion in the Age of Enlightenment, Vol. 5 (2015), 55-96.

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