Ph.D., M.A., Comparative History, Brandeis University; B.A., Anthropology, Macalester College
Criminal and Juvenile Justice
Criminal Law in Liberal and Fascist Italy
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016
- "Fascist Italy's Juvenile Courts in Their Infancy: First Impressions," in The Limits of Positivism: The Movement for Criminal Law Reform in the West, 1870-1940, ed. Michele Pifferi (Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, forthcoming in 2021).
- "Punishing the 'Veterans of Crime': Recidivism in Fascist Italy's Rocco Code of 1930," in Ideology and Criminal Law: Fascist, National Socialist and Authoritarian Regimes, ed. Stephen Skinner (Oxford: Hart, 2019), 257-276.
- "A Wide, Invisible Net: Administrative Deportation in Italy, 1863-1871," European History Quarterly 48:1 (2018), 5-33.
- "Forced Residence in Liberal Italy: A Pre-history, 1815-1865," Journal of Modern Italian Studies 16:1 (2011), 37-58.
- "In Vino Veritas: The Construction of Alcoholic Disease in Liberal Italy, 1880-1914," in Alcohol: A Social and Cultural History, ed. Mack Holt (Oxford: Berg, 2006), 61-76.
Areas of Graduate Supervision
- Helen and Howard R. Marraro Prize for Criminal Law in Liberal and Fascist Italy, American Historical Association, 2017.
- Small Research Grant, SSHRC, 2017.
- Small Research Grant, Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council, 2009.
- President’s Research Grant, Simon Fraser University, 2007.
- Best Unpublished Manuscript Prize, Society for Italian Historical Studies, USA, 2005.
- Essay Prize, Association for the Study of Modern Italy, London, UK, 2004.
- U.S. Department of Education Graduate Research Fellowship, Rome, Italy, 2000-2001.
- Rome Prize, American Academy in Rome, Italy, 1999-2000.