The fall 2019 issue of Art/iculation Magazine has been released, and it contains my review of Joshua M. Ferguson’s Me, Myself, They.
I just accepted the offer from the University of Guelph for Master of Arts program, which is a part of the Tri-University Graduate Program in History.
I’m excited to present “English Witch Bottles and the Logic of Counteractive Magic” in session two, which begins at 1 pm at the fifth annual ARS conference.
I will be presenting my paper, “Becoming Gendered: Two Medieval Approaches to Intersex Gender Assignment,” at the second annual Prandium Conference.
“Becoming Gendered: Two Medieval Approaches to Intersex Gender Assignment” was published in Prandium: The Journal of Historical Studies.
I will be presenting my paper, “Katherina Hetzeldorfer and the Consequences of a Woman Living as a Heterosexual Man in Fifteenth-Century Germany,” at the fourth annual Conference by the Association of Renaissance Studies.