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My research focuses on American literature and media of the 20th and 21st centuries. I am particularly interested in feminist and anti-racist science fiction, feminist theories of technology, and the roles that media technologies play in political identities and social movements.
Instructor of Record:
- ENL 3: Introduction to Literature, Winter 2016
- UWP 1V: Introduction to Expository Writing (Online), Spring 2015-Fall 2015
- UWP 1Y (Hybrid), Fall 2014-Winter 2015
- UWP 1, Fall 2013-Summer 2014
- Introduction to Principles of Criticism (ENL 110B), Spring 2013
- Dostoevsky at the Crux of Modernity (ENL 139), Winter 2013
- Guest lecture: "Interrogation and the Marriage Plot in The Brothers Karamazov"
- Children's Literature (ENL 180), Fall 2012
Co-Chair, English Graduate Student Association, 2015-2016
Graduate Student Representative, English Department Graduate Committee, 2015-2016
Graduate Student Representative, English Department Honors and Awards Committee, 2014-2015
Co-Chair, Scholars' Symposium, EGSA, 2014-15
Co-Chair, Women's Caucus, EGSA, 2013-2014
Awards and Honors
Teaching Assistant Consulting Fellowship, Center for Educational Effectiveness, 2015-2016, 2016-2017
Honorable Mention, David Noel Miller Scholarship Essay Prize, English Dept, 2013
Alva Englund Fellowship; English Dept, 2012-2013
"Writing the Posthuman Body: Textual Tactics and Recursive Racial History in Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower." Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, Portland, OR, November 6-8, 2015.
B.A., Sarah Lawrence College, 2010