- 2015-2018: Assistant Professor in Medieval and Renaissance History, Warwick University
- 2013-2015: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, The College of William and Mary
- 2009-2013: PhD in History, Northwestern University, dissertation "The Tragedy of Tridentine Reform in Late Seventeenth-Century Padua"
- 2007-2008: MA in History, Northwestern University
- HI203 The European World, 1500-1750
- HI274 Renaissance Research Project
- HI3G9 Venice in the Renaissance
- HI323 Historiography
- HI985 Order and Disorder: Culture, Society, and Religion in Early Modern Venice
“What the People Want: Popular Support for Catholic Reform in the Veneto,” Catholic Historical Review 102 (2016): 65-89.
“Confraternities and Rural Devotion in the Veneto,” in Rituals of Politics and Culture in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honour of Edward Muir, eds. Mark Jurdjevic and Rolf Strom-Olsen, 309-336. Toronto: University of Toronto, 2016.
“Extending the Boundaries of the Sacred in Seventeenth-Century Padua,” in The Sacralization of Space and Behavior in the Early Modern World, ed. Jennifer Mara De Silva, 215-232. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2015.
“Conceptualizing the Priest: Lay and Episcopal Expectations of Clerical Reform in Late 17th-Century Padua,” Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 104 (2013): 297-320.
“Challenges to Episcopal Authority in Seventeenth-Century Padua,” in Episcopal Reform and Politics in Early Modern Europe, ed. Jennifer Mara DeSilva, 173-193. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2012.