History of early modern Britain and Europe, History of gender and sexuality, history of medicine, history of the family.
A book on infertility in early modern England. Co-editing a special journal issue on infertility in medieval and early modern England. Research for a project on adult sisters in early modern kinship networks.
- Martin Buber Society of Fellows, HUJI, From 2014
- George L. Mosse Postdoctoral Fellow in the History of Gender and Sexuality, HUJI, 2013-2014
- Ph.D in History, Brown University, 2012
- B.A in History, Tel Aviv University, 2005
- Marie J. Langlois Prize for Outstanding Dissertation in an area of Feminist Studies,2012
- CLIR Mellon Dissertation Fellowship in the Humanities in Original Sources, 2009-2010
- "To have a jolly child of mine own body borne:" The Significance of Infertility in Early Modern England, Conference on Infertility in History, Science and Culture, University of Edinburgh, July 2013
- Aristocratic Women and the Circulation of Medical Knowledge in Early Modern England, American Historical Association, January 2012
- Infertility and Immorality: Stigmas Against Infertile Women in Early Modern England, Berkshire Conference on the History of Women , June 2011
- Queens, Cuckolds and Cures: Royal Infertility and Taking the Waters in Seventeenth-Century England, AAHM, April 2011
- Dealing with Infertility In Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century England, Sarah Doyle Dissertation Series, Brown University April 2011
- ‘I Doubt if I Should Prove with Child’: Anxieties about Fertility in Early Modern England, Medieval and Early Modern History Seminar, Brown University, March 2010
- ‘Conceiving’ the Ideal Marriage: Guides to Conception and Ideals of Marriage in Seventeenth-Century England, NECBS, Oct. 2009
- Gendering the Queen: Gendered Identities in the Life of Henrietta-Maria of England, Graduate Symposium on Women’s and Gender History, UIUC, March 2009
- Infertility in Early Modern England (Under contract with Palgrave MacMillan)
- “From Anne to Hannah: Religious Views of Infertility in Early Modern England”, Journal of Women’s History, Forthcoming in 2015.