BA University of Pennsylvania; MA, PhD Columbia University
Modern Central and East European history, cultural history, cities, nationalism
Sites of European Antisemitism, 1880-1918, co-edited with Daniel Unowsky (under advance contract with Brandeis University Press).
“Mapping Hungary’s Borderlands” in Shatterzone of Empires, ed. Omer Bartov and Eric Weitz Indiana University Press, 2013), 209-227.
“Obstacles to Nationalization on the Hungarian-Romanian Language Frontier,” Austrian History Yearbook 43 (2012): 28-44.
“Budapest,” in Capital Cities in the Aftermath of Empire: Planning in Central and Southeastern Europe, ed. Emily Gunzburger Makaš and Tanja Damljanović Conley (Routledge, 2010), 141-56.
“Hungary’s Anti-Semitic Peripheries: Ritual Murder and Violence in the 1880s” Slavic Review, 66, no. 1 (Spring 2007): 20-44.
The Once and Future Budapest (Northern Illinois University Press, June 2005.
Journal articles and reviews in American Historical Review, Austrian History Yearbook, Central European History, European History Quarterly, Journal of Modern History, Journal of Women's History, and Slavic Review.
American Council of Learned Societies postdoctoral and dissertation fellowships; Whiting Fellowship; Fulbright student grant; President's Fellowship, Columbia University