I teach courses on the history of visual and material culture in Europe from 1400 through 1700, a period that is now often described as early modernity. Inquiring into the origins of modernity and how it changed our ideas about what it means to be a human being, an individual, and a citizen, these courses engage students with critical theories and debates to help them historicize today’s forms of visual representation, from selfies and memes to fashion and urban landscape.

Courses Taught at Boise State University 

Courses Taught at McGill University

Courses Assisted at McGill University

Reading Groups Convened at McGill University