BA, MSt, DPhil (Oxford)

Academic background

I read History at Lincoln College, Oxford, from 2009–12; I stayed at Lincoln for the MSt in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies (2012–13) and for my DPhil (2013–16). I am now a Research Associate on the ERC-funded project ‘Stories of Survival: Recovering the Connected Histories of Eastern Christianity in the Early Modern World’.

Undergraduate teaching

I teach on late antique and early medieval history, including the Further Subject ‘the Near East in the Age of Justinian and Muhammad’.

Research interests

My research focuses on late antique hagiography (especially Greek and Syriac) and Eastern Christianity. 

Featured publications

‘Paradigmatic Piety: Liturgy in the Life of Martha, Mother of Symeon Stylites the Younger’, Journal of Early Christian Studies 24.1 (Spring 2016), pp.99-125.