Ronald Rainger Early Career Award in History of the Earth and Environmental Sciences for “The Rattlesnake and the Hibernaculum: Animals, Ignorance, and Extinction in the Early American Underworld,” History of Science Society (2021)

Best digital undergraduate project award (with Fatema Begum, Lauren Dorsey, and Cynthia Lucas) for the digital exhibition The Kitchen in the Cabinet: Histories of Food and Science, The Americas Online conference, McNeil Center for Early American Studies (2021)

Bowdoin Prize for “Natural History in Two Dimensions,” Harvard University (2018)

Best Historical Reenactment for “Natural History in Two Dimensions,” Bunk’s Best American History Reads (2018)

Hakluyt Society Essay Prize for “‘A Different Species of Resistance’: When Corals Became Animals and Animals Had History” (2018)

Studying a pocket globe by John Cary, 1791. National Library of Australia, 5213930. Photo by William Robles.