PhD (History), UCLA
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Exhibitions and Multimedia“Artifacts/Artifices: Fabricating Cultural Memory” public exhibit at the Michigan Media Union, February 14-28, 2003. CabiNet, an interactive multimedia program developed by the Virtual Teaching Collection at Cambridge University in conjunction with Oxford University.
Pickstone Prize, UK’s most prestigious prize rewarded every two years to the best scholarly book in the history of science (broadly construed) in English, for The Voyage of Thought (2018).
Centre for Advanced Study, the Norwegian Academy of Science & Letters, “The Body in Translation (Historicizing and Reinventing Medical Humanities and Knowledge Translation”), with John Ødemark and Eivind Engebretsen (2019-2020).
Peder Sather Grant, UC Berkeley, “The Body in Translation: Early Modern Cultural Translation and the Constitution of the Human Sciences,” with John Ødemark, University of Oslo (2016).
NEH Fellowship for University Teachers (2015).
Humanities Research Fellowship, UC Berkeley (2015, declined).
Townsend Fellowship for Associate Professors, Townsend Center for the Humanities, UC Berkeley (2013).
Humanities Research Fellowship, UC Berkeley (2011).
Nancy Lyman Roelker Prize, Sixteenth Century Society. Best article published in English on sixteenth-century French history (2010), for “The Heavens Inscribed: The Instrumental Poetry of the Virgin.”
Mellon Project Grant for Associate Professors (2010-2011).
American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowship (2006-2007).
Humanities Research Fellowship, UC Berkeley (2006-2007).
Weiss/Brown Publication Subvention Award. For the publication of outstanding works of scholarship that concern European civilization before 1700. Newberry Library, Chicago (2003).
Fellow, Rackham Summer Interdisciplinary Institute, University of Michigan (2002).
NEH Fellowship for University Teachers (2000).
Faculty Enhancement Award, University of Michigan (2000).
William T. Ludolph, Jr. Faculty Development Award, University of Michigan (2000).
Nancy Lyman Roelker Prize, Sixteenth Century Society. Best article published in English on sixteenth-century French history, for “Civilizing the Savage and Making a King,” (2000).
Horace T. Rackham Grant & Fellowship, University of Michigan (1998).
William T. Ludolph, Jr. Faculty Development Award, University of Michigan (1997).
Gilbert Chinard Scholarship, Institut Français de Washington, Chapel Hill, NC (1993).
J. Paul Getty Center Predoctoral Fellow (1992-1993).
Department of History Fellowship, UCLA (1991-1992).
Lynn White Jr. Memorial Fellowship, UCLA Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, (1990-1991).
Advanced to Candidacy with Distinction, Department of History, UCLA (1990).
Graduated with High Honors, University of California, Berkeley (1982).