Danny is a sixth-year PhD student in Religious Studies. His research focuses on the social history of ancient Christianity, especially on forms of monasticism and the construction and experience of emotions in antiquity. Prior to coming to Yale, he completed his M.A. in Mediterranean religions at the University of Helsinki and his B.A. in history at Pomona College; additionally, he spent some years as an English teacher at the high school and university levels in South Korea. He has experience with most forms of writing in the humanities, including peer-reviewed research articles, conference abstracts and presentations, fellowship applications, and book reviews. He is very happy to assist with writing projects of all sorts in the humanities and social sciences.