I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at Harvard University. My dissertation (in progress) examines the theory and practice of expulsion in the late Middle Ages, with a particular focus on expulsions of foreign moneylenders and merchants.
I earned an A.B. in History from Harvard College in 2007, writing my senior honours thesis on trade networks in the medieval Adriatic Sea under the supervision of the late Angeliki Laiou. I then earned an MPhil in Medieval History from Cambridge University, where David Abulafia supervised my thesis on the commercial development of Savona, a port city in northwestern Italy. Apart from my interest in the economic history of the Mediterranean, my research ranges from Roman imperialism to Italian Romanesque sculpture to the practice of preaching in late medieval Europe.
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