- 2014. PhD University of York, UK, History. Dissertation: “Counselling Charles VI of France: Christine de Pizan, Honorat Bovet, Philippe de Mézières, and Pierre Salmon”
- 2010. MA, University of Ottawa/Université d’Ottawa, History and Medieval and Renaissance Studies/Histoire et Études médiévales et de la Renaissance. Thesis: “‘Fforto Tellen Alle the Circumstaunces’: The Royal Entries of Henry VI (1431-32) and their Manuscripts”
- 2008. BA (Honours), University of Ottawa/Université d’Ottawa, Medieval Studies and History
- 2015-present. Academic Manager and Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Medieval Literature
- Management of international research centre employing nineteen full-time academic staff members and fourteen affiliated researchers across two nodes (University of Southern Denmark and University of York)
- Individual and collaborative research on late-medieval French political writing
- 2015. Teaching Fellow, University of York
- “The Memory of Philippe de Mézières in Songe du viel pelerin Manuscripts,” French Studies (forthcoming; accepted for publication August 2018). (9,170 words)
- “Using Dedications to Charles VI to Convey Political Messages: Honorat Bovet, Philippe de Mézières, Christine de Pizan, and Pierre Salmon,” Florilegium (forthcoming; accepted for publication October 2016). (10,000 words)
- “The Royal Entries of Henry VI in a London Civic Manuscript.” Journal of Medieval History 42, no. 4 (2016): 479–93. doi:10.1080/03044181.2016.1188325. (9,150 words)
Chapters in edited volumes
- “Reconfiguring Queen Truth in BnF Ms. Fr. 22542 (Songe du vieil pelerin).” In Textual and Visual Representations of Power and Justice in Medieval France: Manuscripts and Early Printed Books, edited by Rosalind Brown-Grant, Anne D. Hedeman, and Bernard Ribémont, 89–108. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2015. (8,373 words)
- Review. Géographies: Ce qu’ils savaient de la France (1100-1600). By Léonard Dauphant. Ceyzérieu: Champ Vallon. 2018. 318 pp. €23. ISBN 979 1 0267 0680 9, French History (forthcoming).
- 2016. Centre for Medieval Literature Internal Research Grant (towards one workshop and two sponsored conference panels) (166,000 dkk)
- 2014. Kalamazoo International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kathryn M. Karrer Travel Award ($250, plus room and board)
- 2014. Society for the Study of French History Conference Travel Grant (£300)
- 2014. Royal Historical Society Conference Travel Grant (£750)
- 2012. Society for the Study of French History Research Travel Grant (£200)
- 2012. Royal Historical Society Research Travel Grant (£200)
- 2012. Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature Research Travel Grant (£700)
- 2010. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Joseph-Armand-Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship (Declined) ($105,000)
- 2010. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Doctoral Fellowship ($80,000)
- 2010. University of York Overseas Research Scholarship (£16,300)
- 2008. Ontario Graduate Scholarship ($30,000)
- 2008. University of Ottawa Excellence Scholarship ($11,654)
- Mar 18-19, 2017. “Reconsidering the Boundaries of Late-Medieval Political Literature: France, Burgundy, England, and Scotland,” Centre for Medieval Literature, University of Southern Denmark. With Justin Sturgeon (University of West Florida).
- May 10-13, 2018. “Boundaries of Negotiations in Later Medieval Europe: Political, Cultural, Economic,” and “Interpreting Unfinished Later Medieval Manuscripts: Interdisciplinary Approaches,” Kalamazoo International Medieval Congress on Medieval Studies. Panels co-sponsored by the Centre for Medieval Literature and the Marco Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Tennessee (with Justin Sturgeon and Anne-Hélène Miller).
- May 11-14, 2017. “Reconsidering the Boundaries of Late-Medieval Political Literature I and II,” Kalamazoo International Congress on Medieval Studies. Panels co-sponsored by the Centre for Medieval Literature and the Canadian Society of Medievalists (with Justin Sturgeon).
- Jul 5-6, 2012. “‘La sentence de l’infallible Verite’: Queen Truth and Charles VI in the Songe du vieil pelerin.” Textual and Visual Representations of Power and Justice in Medieval Manuscript Culture, Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies (Orléans, France).
Other Selected Presentations
- March 17-19, 2019. “Fourteenth-Century Books for Fifteenth-Century Audiences: 100 Years of the Songe du viel pelerin.” With Justin Sturgeon. Renaissance Society of America, Toronto.
- May 10-13, 2018. “Reading Between the Lines: Jacques d’Armagnac’s Unfinished Manuscript of the Songe du viel pelerin.” With Justin Sturgeon. Kalamazoo International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University.
- Sep 12-15, 2017. “The Royal Dukes in Pierre Salmon’s Dialogues.” Kings and Queens 6: In the Shadow of the Throne, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid.
- May 27-29, 2017. “‘Le tres doulereux scisme’: The papal schism in Pierre Salmon’s Dialogues.” Canadian Society of Medievalists (Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences), Ryerson University.
- Mar 18-19, 2017. “Letters and Letter-Writing in Pierre Salmon’s Dialogues.” Reconsidering the Boundaries of Late-Medieval Political Literature: France, Burgundy, England, and Scotland. Centre for Medieval Literature, University of Southern Denmark.
- Dec 3, 2016. “Pierre Salmon’s Dialogues and Political Literature in Late-Medieval France.” Late-Medieval France and Burgundy Seminar, University of York.
- Oct 8-11, 2015. “From Chivalry to Robin Hood: Literature in History Teaching at the University of York.” BABEL Working Group Biennial Meeting, University of Toronto.
- Nov 29, 2014. “What in the World is a Mirror for Princes? Generic Categories and Late-Medieval Political Literature.” Late-Medieval France and Burgundy Seminar, Durham University.
- May 24-26, 2014. “Writing to Power: littérature engagée and the Crisis of Kingship under Charles VI of France (r. 1380-1422).” Canadian Society of Medievalists (Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences), Brock University.
- May 8-11, 2014. “Law and Justice in Mirrors for Princes for Charles VI of France.” Kalamazoo International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University.
- Apr 24-26, 2014. “True and Loyal Love? Familial Love and Counsel in Mirrors for Princes for Charles VI of France.” Society for French Historical Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal and Concordia University.
- May 27-29, 2012. “Advice for Charles VI in its Manuscript Context: The Songe du vieil pelerin in BnF fr. 22542.” Canadian Society of Medievalists (Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences), Wilfrid Laurier University.
- Apr 16, 2010. “Le roi et le secrétaire de la ville: les entrées royales d’Henri VI dans un manuscrit londonien.” Société des études médiévales du Québec, Université de Montréal.
- Feb 5-6, 2010. “‘Comme ont fait les roys anciens’: Instructing the King in the Royal Entry of Henry VI, 1431.” Comitatus Conference on Medieval Studies: Medieval Urban Life, Purdue University.
- May 24-26, 2009. “Insular Identity in Romance and the Challenge of Continental Analogues.” Canadian Society of Medievalists (Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences), Carleton University.
- 2015. “Debating Chivalry in the Later Middle Ages,” MA course, University of York
- 2015. “Chivalry,” second-year course, University of York
- 2015. “Crime and Punishment in the Later Middle Ages,” second-year course, University of York
- 2017. “How to Criticize a King in the Fifteenth Century.” Middelaldercirklen, University of Southern Denmark
- 2012. “Making Histories,” first-year course, University of York
- 2009. “Western Europe from the 5th to the 15th Century,” second-year course, University of Ottawa
- 2009. “The Medieval City,” second-year course, University of Ottawa
- 2016 – present. Co-organizer, Late-Medieval Political Literature and Manuscript Culture Group
- 2013 – present. Member, Late-Medieval France and Burgundy Seminar
- 2015-present. Public Relations Officer, Canadian Society of Medievalists/Société canadienne des médiévistes
- 2014. Co-organizer, Digital Humanities Forum, University of York
- 2012-14. Co-organizer, Political Culture Research Group, University of York
Other Relevant Experience
- 2015 – present. Editorial Assistant, Interfaces: A Journal of Medieval European Literatures
- Copy-editor for Crooks, Peter, David Green, and William Mark Ormrod, eds. The Plantagenet Empire, 1259-1453. Vol. 26. Harlaxton Medieval Studies. Donington: Shaun Tyas, 2016.
- 2017. Google Hangout with Grade 4 students at Matthews Hall Independent School, London, Ontario.
- 2016. Interviewed for two articles at Science Nordic and Videnskab.dk: “Meet the Spin Doctors of the Fifteenth Century” and “Sådan agerede en spindoktor i 1400-tallet,” both articles by Mikkel Andreas Beck.
- 2008. “Kings, Courts, and Castles,” mini-enrichment course for high school students, University of Ottawa