Dept. of History and Classical Studies
Indiana University, PhD 2016
Institut des langues et cultures orientales-Paris, DEA, 2006
Ecole Normale Superieure-Paris, Pre-doctoral diploma, 2006
University of Illinois, BA, 2004
"Audience Matters: 'Civilization-Speak,' Educational Discourses, and Balkan Nationalism, 1815-40," European History Quarterly, forthcoming 2018.
"How to Make Friends and Influence People: Elementary Education, French 'Influence,' and the Balkans, 1815-1850," Modern Intellectual History, forthcoming in print.
"Why All Humanists Should Go to Prison," The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 16 2016 (print and online).
“Care and the Politics of Sentiment” (invited comment), The Workshop (Proceedings of the Indiana Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies) 4 (June, 2016): 70-72.
“Civilization and the Xenos” (invited comment), The Workshop (Proceedings of the Indiana Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies) 3 (June, 2015): 41-42.
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