Education and Career:
BA in European History, Barnard College, Columbia University
MA in Medieval Studies, University College London
PhD in Medieval Studies, The Warburg Institute, University of London
Science and Religion/Medieval Philosophy and Theology
Theology/History of Christianity
Study of Religion.
Reception of Aristotelian natural philosophy in the late Middle Ages; conflicts between philosophy and theology; medieval universities; medieval Spain and Italy; transmission of Arabic philosophy into Christian Europe; heresy.
Marie Curie Project: 'Boundaries of Science: Medieval Condemnations of Philosophy as Heresy'
‘Early Witness: Thomas Aquinas, Albert the Great and Peter of Tarentaise in Ramon Martí’s Pugio fidei (c. 1278)’, in Ramon Martí’s Pugio fidei: Studies and Texts, ed. Alexander Fidora and Görge Hasselhoff (in th...
‘Gentiles and Jews: Common Ground and Authenticity in the Mission of Ramon Martí’s Pugio fidei’, in Transcending Words: The Language of Religious Contact between Buddhists, Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Premoder...
‘Guido Terreni: Two Quaestiones on the Eternity of the World’, in Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 78 (2015), pp. 283-305.
‘Intellectual Conflict in an Inquisitor: Philosophical Possibilities and Theological Commitments in the Mind of Guido Terreni’, in Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 78 (2015), pp. 19-70.
‘An Arsenal of Arguments: Arabic Philosophy at the Service of Christian Polemics in Ramon Martí’s Pugio fidei’, in Arabica Veritas, 1 (2014), pp. 153-165.