Abington, PA 19001
Teaching Interests and Courses Taught
Rhetoric and Composition, Honors Freshman Rhetoric and Composition, Writing in the Social Sciences, Writing in the Humanities, Restoration & Eighteenth-Century British Literature
Peer Reviewed Articles
“Waking the Living-Dead Man: The Biopolitics of Early Modern Sleep.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 17.4 (Fall 2017).
“Embodying the Invisible: Materiality and Subjectivity in Cavendish, Manley, and Haywood.” The Eighteenth Century: Theory & Interpretation 57.1 (Spring 2016).
“The Recess Does Not Exist: Absorption, Literality, and Feminine Subjectivity in Sophia Lee’s The Recess.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 26.2 (Winter 2014).
“Insensibly Led: Digression and/as Literature,” forthcoming in The Rambling 1.2 (Fall 2018).
Review of Empiricism and the Early Theory of the Novel: Fielding to Austin, by Roger Maioli and Fictional Matter: Empiricism, Corpuscles, and the Novel, by Helen Thompson, forthcoming in Eighteenth-Century Life.
“Pati Hill’s Impossible Objects.” Pati Hill: Photocopier (Exhibition Catalog). Arcadia University (Spring 2017).
“When Worse Comes to Worst,” with Kyle Fetter, introduction to “The Worst,” Umbr(a): A Journal of the Unconscious (2011).
Select Awards, Fellowships, and Honors
Ahmanson-Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA (2017–2018)
Presidential Fellowship, SUNY Buffalo (2008–2012)
Teaching Assistantship, SUNY Buffalo (2008–2013)
Teaching Assistantship, Syracuse University (2006–2008)
Eighteenth-century British literature, the history of the novel, literary theory, rhetorical theory, subjectivity, psychoanalysis
Ph D, English (18th-century British literature), The State University of New York at Buffalo
MA, English, Syracuse University
BA, English, Pennsylvania State University