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I am currently working on a research project that examines the interaction between cities in the late antique (4th-7th centuries) eastern Mediterranean and their environment while focusing on a reconsideration of ancient disasters. A related research project of mine focuses on the Justinianic Plague, a 6th century bubonic plague pandemic around the Mediterranean. Throughout my historical research I use methodologies and approaches from other disciplines to illuminate the subjects of my research, and I am particularly enthusiastic about interdisciplinary collaboration with other scholars.
|The Justinianic Plague and Global Pandemics: The Making of the Plague Concept||
Dec 17, 2020
Article published in The American Historical Review.
|Plague, Paleogenetics, and the Boundaries of the Discipline of History||
Aug 14, 2020
Article published in Arcadia: Explorations in Environmental History
|Lessons from the past, policies for the future: resilience and sustainability in past crises||
May 24, 2020
Article published in Environment Systems and Decisions.
|Modeling the Justinianic Plague: Comparing hypothesized transmission routes||
Apr 30, 2020
Article published in PLOS One.
|The Justinianic Plague: An inconsequential pandemic?||
Dec 02, 2019
Article published in PNAS.
|The Justinianic Plague: an interdisciplinary review||
Sep 10, 2019
Article published in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies