• 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



  • Batman International: Essays on the Global History of the Dark Knight from the Golden to the Modern Age, contributing co-editor (in preparation)
  • “Alexander Romance” in Encyclopedia of the Qurʾān Online (Brill) (under review)
  • “Qiṣṣat Dhī al-Qarnayn” in The Database of Religious History (University of British Columbia)
  • “Julian Romance” in The Database of Religious History (University of British Columbia)
  • “From the End to the Beginning: Socrates as Iconoclast in Ibn Abī Uṣaybiʿa and the Contestation of his Biography in Greek and Arabic Sources.” Viator 50.3 (2019)
  • Greek Dependency Treebank Commentary of the Life of Aesop with J. Matthew Harrington, Ph.D. (The Perseids Project) (2019)

Conference Presentations

  • “Emperor Julian as Guardian of Ancient Philosophical Thought in the Fihrist of Ibn al-Nadīm,” Texas Medieval Association Conference (2021)
  • 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)