I am an early career researcher affiliated with Flinders University. With research specialities in the history of early medieval England and in Scandinavian saga literature, I have published numerous articles on various aspects of society and culture, law and literature in England and Scandinavia in the Middle Ages, and their intersections. The most recent of these is ‘The Lonely Afterlives of Early English Queens‘, co-authored with my colleague Cassandra Schilling and published in Neophilologus (2023). I am also currently authoring books on English queenship in the years 850-1000 and on cultural in the Sagas of Icelanders, both to be published with Routledge. I am also co-editing a book for Palgrave Macmillan with Erin Sebo and Daniel Anlezark, Approaches to Medieval Alterity: Impossible Emotions, and editing a book on medieval English historiography for publication with York Medieval Press.
I am the editor for volume 10 of Cerae Journal (2023) and have been the reviews editor of the Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association since 2019. I am assistant editor of the Brepols series, East Central Europe, 476-1795. I am also the communications officer for the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies.