2015 Ph.D., Department of History, University of Notre Dame
Dissertation: The New Laboratory for Empire: Quebec and the Reformulation of
British Imperial Practice, 1763–1775
2007 M.A. History, Texas A&M University
Thesis: Liberty and British Identity: Printed Reactions to the Quebec Act, 1774-1775
2004 B.S. Political Science, Santa Clara University
Cultures and Ideas I and II: The Imperial West
Cultures and Ideas I and II: Slavery and Unfreedom
Hist 119: Ireland and Its Diaspora
2014 “The Standing of New Subjects: Grenada and the Protestant Constitution after the Treaty of
Paris (1763),” The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 42.1 (2014), p. 1-21.
2011 Stephen Conway, Britain, Ireland, and the Continental Europe in the Eighteenth Century:
Similarities, Connections, Identities. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011) in The
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, volume 37, no. 1-2 (2011).
WORK IN PROGRESS
2015 “Rethinking Ireland and Assimilation: Quebec, Collaboration, and the Heterogeneous
Empire,” in The Québec Act of 1774: Transnational Contexts, Meanings, and Legacies, eds.
Francois Furstenberg and Ollivier Hubert