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- 10B-2 - Literatures in English II: 1700-1900
Teaching and Employment:
ENL 3: Fall 2015, Winter & Spring 2016
UWP 1 V: Online version of Introduction to Expository Writing, Winter 2015
UWP 1 Y: Hybrid version of Introduction to Expository Writing, Fall 2014, Spring 2015
UWP 1: Introduction to Expository Writing, 2013-2014 (3 quarters)
TA: Eighteenth-Century British Literature, Spring 2013
TA: British Romantic Literature, Winter 2013
TA: Women's Writing After 1900, Fall 2012
Writing Center Instructor, Menlo College, 2011-2012
MLA Representative, EGSA, 2015-2016
English Graduate Student Association Co-Chair, 2014-15
Women's Caucus Co-Chair, EGSA, 2013-14
ASECS-Clark Fellow, 2016-17, UCLA Center for 17th- and 18th- Century Studies
HArCS Dean's Summer Fellowship, 2016-17
"The Still Portentous Sun: Providence and Politics in Anne Finch's "Upon the Hurricane." American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2016.
"Imitating the Tempest": Time Sequence and Performance After the Storm of 1703." American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Los Angeles, CA, March 2015.
"No Defect to be Found in her Body": Fame in The Adventures of Rivella, Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, Claremont, CA, November 2011.
The Country Adjacent to Sarah Scott's Millenium Hall, Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, Honolulu, HI, November 2010.
B.A., English and History, Willamette University, 2008
M.A., Literature, San Francisco State University, 2011