I am an intellectual historian with interests that encompass the entire ancient Mediterranean. My focus is religion (Greco-Roman and early Christian), North Africa, and the reception of traditions in late antiquity.

My Greek textbook, Gareth Morgan’s Lexis, is available through Forty Acres Press. This website houses the book’s supplementary material. My current book project grounds Augustine’s philosophy of memory and time in the material and political reality of late antique North Africa. More on that soon.

I am a Lecturer in Classics and the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts & Ideas at the University of Texas at Austin. I received my BA (Classical Civilization, 2003) and MAT (Latin and Classical Humanities, 2006) from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and PhD (Classics, 2015) from the University of Texas at Austin.

Some of my academic work is available on my academia.edu webpage.

My contact information is on my Departmental webpage and my CV is available here.

Here is a page about my work in North Africa.

Here is a picture of my dog, Flora MacDonald.