Corinne is a PhD candidate studying material culture and religious practice in the European High Middle Ages.
Her dissertation project considers the diversity of relic enshrinement and saint veneration in southern France in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. In particular, her focus is on the existence and use of reliquary objects within unorthodox religious groups, ranging from communities on the fringes of legitimacy (e.g. lay religious, such as the beguines of Provence) to communities persecuted as heretics (e.g. the beguins of Languedoc).
She is also interested in museum studies, especially the afterlife of medieval objects in modern museums.
Prior to entering the graduate program at Princeton, Corinne received her B.A. in History and Studio Arts from the University of Colorado-Boulder, where she graduated summa cum laude and with distinction. Her interdisciplinary interests have led her to internships and positions in a variety of museums and archives across the country (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, The Bob Dylan Archive, Philbrook Museum of Art, and Clyfford Still Museum).