BA Emory University, 2012 (European History)
MA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2014
MA Thesis: “Inventing a French Tyrant: Crisis, Propaganda, and the Origins of Fénelon’s Ideal King”
My research interests focus especially on the intersection of political and diplomatic developments with socio-cultural trends and public opinion, as well as the formation and development of concepts of national characteristics and national stereotypes across political boundaries. I am interested in transnational interactions across Europe in the early modern period, but especially relations between France, the Habsburgs, and the Holy Roman Empire.