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MA in English. University of North Carolina at Charlotte. May 2016.
BA in English/History, summa cum laude. University of North Carolina at Charlotte. May 2014.
Early modern drama and women's writing; manuscript and print cultures; history of the book; history of science; ecocriticism and ecobibliography; food studies; digital humanities; fan studies
"An Interview with Kimberley Sykes, Director of the RSC's Dido, Queen of Carthage."
Marlowe Society of America Newsletter, vol. 36 no. 1, Fall 2017.
The Recipes Project. With Nadia Clifton. 11 Jan. 2016
The Recipes Project: Teaching Series. With Nadia Clifton and Kailan Sindelar. 15 Sept. 2016
Early Modern Recipes Online Collective. 28 Dec. 2015
Early Modern Recipes Online Collective. 30 Nov. 2015
Selected Awards and Honors
Provost's Fellowship in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (UC Davis). 2017-2018
Anne R. Newman English Graduate Student Award (UNC Charlotte). 2016
Robert M. Wallace Undergraduate Award for Excellence in English (UNC Charlotte). 2014
Selected Conferences and Invited Presentations
Session Co-Chair, "Reproducible Bodies: Literary Queenship, Agency, and Cultural Memory"
Attending to Early Modern Women: Action and Agency. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Jun. 2018.
"Collaborative Digital Scholarship and Early Modern Women's Writing"
Making Connections: Early Modern Texts and Cultures, London Shakespeare Centre and Shakespeare's Globe Graduate Conference. King's College London, Feb. 2018.
"Bringing Early Modern Recipes Into the Digital Age: Why Old Recipes Matter Today"
History of the Book, Future of the Book Colloquium. UNC Charlotte, Mar. 2017
"This Necromantic Book is Heavenly: Publishing Doctor Faustus"
Undergraduate/Graduate Renaissance Symposium. University of South Carolina, Apr. 2016
Early Modern Recipes Panel
First Annual Early Modern Paleography Society Transcribathon. UNC Charlotte, Apr. 2016
"A Rose for Emily" Guest Lecture
English 2090: American Gothic and Horror Fiction. UNC Charlotte, Mar. 2016
“The Trans-Corporeal Greenworld: The Queer 'Nature' of Narrative Absence in E.M. Forster’s Maurice"
(Un)Stable Identities: 8th Annual EGSA Conference. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Mar. 2016
"'The Light Within': Religion, Sexuality, and the Greenwood in E.M. Forster's Maurice"
Repairing the Troubled Past: 28th Annual Graduate History Forum. UNC Charlotte, Feb. 2016
"A World of Profit and Power: Print Culture and Marlowe's Doctor Faustus"
Culture and Contact: 16th Annual EGSA Conference. UNC Charlotte, Feb. 2016
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Writing about Literature
Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I
Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts II
Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I & II with Studio (Hybrid)
Literature and Culture: Fandom and Participatory Culture
Shakespeare (UC Davis, Fall 2018)
American Gothic and Horror Fiction (UNC Charlotte, Spring 2016)
Folger Shakespeare Library
Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO) Intern. Jun. 2016
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Special Projects Coordinator/Tutor, Writing Resources Center. Jan.-Jun. 2017
Graduate Assistant/Tutor, Writing Resources Center. Aug. 2014-Aug. 2015
Graduate Student Liaison, Oecologies. 2018-Present
Editorial Assistant, Marlowe Society of America. 2017-Present
Mentorship Subcommittee Lead, Chancellor's Graduate and Professional Student Advisory Board. UC Davis. 2017-2019
Scholars' Symposium Co-Chair, English Graduate Student Association. UC Davis. 2018-2019.
Events Team, English Graduate Student Association. UC Davis. 2017-2018
Co-President, English Graduate Student Association. UNC Charlotte. 2015-2016
Vice President and Co-Founder, Early Modern Paleography Society. UNC Charlotte. 2015-2016
Modern Language Association
Marlowe Society of America
Shakespeare Association of America
Society for the Study of Early Modern Women
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing