Ph.D., UCLA, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (in progress)

M.A., Tufts University, Classics and Digital Humanities

Summer Language Program in Classical Arabic, Harvard Divinity School

B.A., Arizona State University, Classics

B.A., Arizona State University, French


Perseids Project: Greek Dependency Treebank Commentary of the Life of Aesop, with J. Matthew Harrington, Ph.D. (2019)

Honors & Awards

Concordia Foundation Fellowship (2018)

Arizona State University Dean’s Medalist for the School of International Letters and Cultures (2016)

Eta Sigma Phi Honors Society President, Iota Delta Chapter (2015-2016)

Conference Presentations

That Which Does Not Speak, That Which Does Not Hear: Socrates as Iconoclast in Ibn Abī Uṣaybiʿa,” International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University (2019)

“Reading the Life of Aesop as Slave Narrative: Object Bodies, Literacy, and Resistance in the Ancient Novel,” Brandeis University Classics Graduate Conference (2018)

“The Enfreakment of Thersites: The Deformed Body as Spectacle in Homer’s Iliad,” University of Virginia Classics Graduate Colloquium (2018)

“The Road to Babylon: Interpreting the Ethnology of India in the Greek Texts of the Alexander Romance,” North-West Undergraduate Conference on the Ancient World (2016)

“Priest, Paradise, and Prophecy: A European Perspective on an Episode of the Alexander Romance,” Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference (2016)