I am pursuing my PhD in Religions of Mediterranean Antiquity at Princeton under Professor AnneMarie Luijendijk. My recent projects have included a look at the construction of a sacred landscape in the poetry of Prudentius, an analysis of the iconographic programs of Late Antique synagogue mosaics, as well as the use of bird and vegetal imagery in monastic manuscripts. With my interest and manuscript culture and papyrology, I am currently working on a transcription project in a Late Antique Egyptian codex.
I graduated from Macalester College in 2012 with a B.A. in Classics before obtaining a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania in 2014, as well as a Masters in Classical and Neat Eastern Studies at the University of Minnesota. Throughout the duration of these programs I have also worked in academic administration and in education as part of such programs as TRiO Upward Bound, the Edwards Arts Collective and the Freshman Scholars Institute at Princeton University.