Teaching

I teach undergraduate and master’s degree students in a range of topics related to early modern history. These include:

The ‘Disenchantment’ of Early Modern Europe: I convene this lower-division survey of European early modern history.

The Culture of Early Modern Europe, 1450-1750: a lower-division course on the cultural history and popular culture of early modern Europe.

Topics in Renaissance Venice: an upper-division course which introduces students to Renaissance Venice and its empire.

Women and Men in Europe, 1500-1800: an upper-division course introducing students to the history of gender, the family, the body, and sexuality in early modern Europe.

Uses of History: a final-year public history course.

Empire of Faith: The Global Catholic Reformation: a special subject (final-year) undergraduate course which emphasizes the use of primary sources and requires original research contributions.

I contribute to team-taught courses for master’s students undertaking taught degrees in early modern history, Reformation studies, and global history.