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If someone told me at fifteen years old that I would be pursuing a doctoral degree at one of the top universities in North America I would have laughed. All I cared about back then was hanging out with my friends and what outfit I was going to wear to the next school dance. I lacked any thirst for knowledge. Luckily, I found it during the second year of my undergraduate degree when I began taking courses I was genuinely interested in. 


In 2018, I graduated from King’s University College at Western University with an Honours BA, Double-Major in Religious Studies and History. Following graduation, I decided to pursue post-graduate studies. In 2019, I graduated with a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from the University of St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto; and in that same year I began my PhD in Theological Studies, conjointly offered by the University of Toronto and St. Michael’s College.


My area of research is historical theology, specifically Jewish-Christian relations. I focus on the 19th to 21st century, with special attention to the Holocaust. I am interested in the encounter between Judaism and Christianity (particularly Catholicism) within the context of the Second World War (before and after); considering especially the history of Christian anti-Judaism and the fundamental revision of Catholic theology following the Holocaust. Studying Jewish-Christian relations is valuable to contemporary theology because it can assist in countering antisemitic ideologies, promote fruitful dialogue between different religious traditions, and preserve memory and historical consciousness for future generations.

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