I am a book historian who studies material aspects of intellectual practices in early modern Europe. Through January 2022, I am a Predoctoral Fellow in the research group “Visualizing Science in Media Revolutions
” at the Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max-Planck Institute for Art History in Rome. My interest in text–image relationships developed during my MA in the History of Art at the University of York (2016), where I wrote a dissertation on three sixteenth-century historical tables. I was a Pforzheimer Fellow with the Harvard Map Collection in 2018, and I traveled to Antwerp to conduct research at the Museum Plantin-Moretus and Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library with a Nottebohm grant (2019). At Harvard, I have served as a student organizer for the Early Modern Workshop and the Harvard-Yale Graduate Conference in Book History. I earned a BA in History with a minor in Jewish Studies from the University of California, Berkeley (2015).