Early modern intellectual historian specialising in natural jurisprudence and political thought in 16th and 17th century Iberia, Scandinavia, and the Low Countries. Digital humanist applying topic-modelling as a research methodology in textual and linguistic criticism.
PhD student in history at the University of Aberdeen. Research focusses on political consent in the natural jurisprudence of Hugo Grotius and his Iberian predecessors. Holds an Honours Civil Bachelor of Theology (Magna Cum Laude) from Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada and a Master of Letter in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies (Distinction) from the University of Aberdeen.
Speaks English, French, some German, and a little Swedish. Reads Biblical Hebrew, Koine Greek, and Latin.