PhD, M.Phil., M.A. – Columbia University 
B.A. – Washington University (1996)


My current teaching and research projects focus on texts that problematize assumptions about time, space, and bodily materiality, particularly as such terms share a history of increasing complexity in texts produced by African Americans.


I currently teach classes in African-American literary and cultural studies, media / digital / game studies, and modern American popular culture.

You can click here to learn more about my scholarly work and also to see my CV.