Ph.D. Princeton University (2014)
M.A. Brown University (2008)
B.A. University of Cambridge, UK (2006)
Lonely Poets: Solitude and Sociability in British Romanticism (book manuscript in progress).
Co-editor, with Joselyn Almeida, Romantic Antislavery Literature and its Legacies: Pedagogies and Contexts, special issue in Romantic Circles Pedagogy, forthcoming Fall 2020.
"As public as possible": Robert Southey's Sailor, S. T. Coleridge's Mariner, and the Cultivation of Abolitionist Guilt," for a special Issue on Poetry and Public Feeling, Eds. Lily Gurton-Wachter and Tristram Wolff. Romantic Circles, 2020.
“'Strange Shells' of Poetry: Charlotte Smith’s Echoic Poetics,” Placing Charlotte Smith, eds. Elizabeth Dolan and Jacqueline Labbe. Lehigh University Press, 2020.
“Being alone with Dr. Winnicott,” Passions: Synapsis ed. Simona Corso. Peter Lang, 2017.
“Ophelia’s Loneliness,” ELH, 82.2 (Spring 2015).
“‘A New Approach to Teaching Poetry,” Co-written with Prof. William Gleason, The Princeton Guide to Teaching Literature. Eds. Diana Fuss and William Gleason. Princeton University Press, 2015. pp.287-290.
At Amherst, I teach several classes on British Romantic literature, such as "Nature and Imagination in Romantic Literature," "The Wordsworths", "Solitude and the Self," and "Frankenstein: The Making of a Monster." Survey courses such as "Early Women Writers" and "Making Literary Histories, 1650-1850" allow students to put British literature from the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries in conversation with literary theory. I also teach the history of poetry more broadly: courses on “Reading Poetry” and “Amherst Poets” allow students to engage with a wide selection of anglophone poetry.
Awards, Honors and Fellowships
Visiting Scholar, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford (Spring 2020).
Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni Teaching Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching (2013).
Quin Morton Fellowship, Princeton University (2012-2014).
Mrs. Giles Whiting Foundation Dissertation Fellowship (2011-12).