I obtained a BA from the University of Wisconsin (2000), a Maîtrise from the University of Paris I (2001) and a PhD in Medieval History from the Johns Hopkins University (2007). I have taught at Queen’s University and at Durham University. I was a Leverhulme Trust Early-Career Fellow at the School of History of the University of Kent from to 2012 to 2014. I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Warfare and the Miraculous: Representations of the First Crusade in the Early Chronicles (to be published by Penn State University Press)
“Gambling and Gaming in the Holy Land: Chess, Dice and Other Games in the Sources of the Crusades,” Crusades 12 (2013) 121-132. PDF
“St. Demetrius of Thessaloniki: Patron Saint of Crusaders,” Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies 40 (2009) 93-112.
“Anti-Jewish Rhetoric in Guibert of Nogent’s Dei Gesta Per Francos,” Journal of Medieval History 35 (2009) 239-253.
“La représentation de la bataille d’Antioche (1098) sur les peintures murales de Poncé-sur-le-Loir,” Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale, 52 (2009) 137-157. PDF
“Nec signis nec testibus creditur: the Problem of Eyewitnesses in the Chronicles of the First Crusade,” Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies 38 (2007) 117-139.
“The Paintings of Berzé-la-Ville in the Context of the First Crusade and the Reconquista,” Journal of Medieval History 31 (2005) 309-326. traduction français