EducationPhD, History, University of California, Santa Barbara [In Progress]. Dissertation: “Black Communities in Sixteenth-Century Valencia, 1500-1550.”
MA, History, University of New Mexico, 2014. Thesis: “Monsters at the End of Time: Gog and Magog and Ethnic Difference in the Catalan Atlas (1375).”
B.A., History and English Literature, University of California, Irvine, 2012.
“The Other Early Modern Pandemic: Slavery, Colonialism, and the Novel Coronavirus,” Sixteenth Century Journal
51, no. S1 (2020) [Forthcoming]
Review of To Live Like a Moor: Christian Perceptions of Muslim Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Spain
by Olivia Remie Constable, in Reading Religion: A Publication of the American Academy of Religion
“Miracles and Monsters: Gog and Magog, Alexander the Great, and Antichrist in the Apocalypse of the Catalan Atlas (1375),” in Holy Monsters, Sacred Grotesques: Monstrosity and Religion in Europe and the United States
, ed. Michael E. Heyes (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2018).