Ph.D. in the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 2017.
A.B. in Social Studies, Harvard College, 2008.
Director of Health Studies (22/23); Visiting Assistant Professor of Health Studies and Writing, Haverford College (2021-present)
Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing and Writing Fellow, Haverford College (2017-2021)
Instructorship in Expository Writing, Johns Hopkins University (2016-2017)
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
“‘So delightful a temporary home’: The Material Culture of Domesticity in Nineteenth-century English Convalescent Institutions.” The Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (June 2021), https://doi.org/10.1093/jhmas/jrab017.
“‘A Plea for the Lancet’: Bloodletting, Therapeutic Epistemology, and Professional Identity in Late Nineteenth-Century American Medicine.” Social History of Medicine 29, no. 4 (2016): 781–801. doi:10.1093/shm/hkw026.
Review of Smell Detectives: An Olfactory History of Nineteenth-Century Urban America, by Melanie A. Kiechle. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 2018. doi:10.1093/jhmas/jry017.
“The Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, England.” Medical History 58, no. 1 (2014): 142–143.
“Locating Convalescence in Victorian England.” REMEDIA (2014): http://remedianetwork.net/2014/11/07/locating-convalescence-in-victorian-england/.
Selected Conference Presentations
“Making Places for Resilience: Convalescent Landscapes in Nineteenth-Century England.” Society for the Social History of Medicine, Swansea, Wales, June 2022.
“From Crowded Hospitals to Climatic Hinterlands: Convalescent Homes as ‘Technologies of Place’ in Nineteenth-Century England.” American Association for the History of Medicine, Harvard University (online), November 2020.
“Feeding Convalescent Bodies: Nutrition Science and the Art of Cookery in Late Victorian England.” American Association for the History of Medicine, Columbus, OH, April 2019.
“‘The English Riviera for the Convalescent Workers’: Constructing Landscapes of Convalescence in Late Victorian England.” North American Conference on British Studies, Providence, RI, October 2018.
“‘Every Reasonable Prospect’ of ‘Ultimate Recovery’: Defining Convalescence in Late Victorian England.” Society for the Social History of Medicine, Liverpool, UK, July 2018.
“Between Sickness and Health: Bounding Convalescence in Late Victorian England.” American Association for the History of Medicine, Nashville, May 2017.
“The Figure of the Convalescent in Late Nineteenth-Century Medicine and Philanthropy.” Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies, College Park, MD, April 2017.
“Between Hospital and Home: Cultivating Domesticity in Victorian Convalescent Institutions.” Society for the Social History of Medicine, Canterbury, UK, July 2016.
“‘So delightful a temporary home’: The Material Culture of Domesticity in English Convalescent Homes.” American Association for the History of Medicine, Minneapolis, April 2016.
“Geographies of Convalescence in Late Victorian England.” International Conference of Historical Geographers, London, July 2015.
“Convalescent Cookery in Late Victorian England.” Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, Oxford, UK, July 2015.
“‘Careful Consideration’ and ‘Due Discrimination’: Bloodletting, Individuality, and Scientific Medicine in Late Nineteenth-Century Britain and America.” History of Science Society, Boston, November 2013.
“‘A Plea for the Lancet’: Bloodletting and Scientific Medicine in Late Nineteenth-Century America.” American Association for the History of Medicine, Atlanta, May 2013.