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- Ph.D. Candidate, University of California, Davis (2010 – Present)
- M.Phil., Literatures in English, University of the West Indies, Mona (2011)
- M.Sc., Reading and Language Arts, Connecticut State Univ. (2005)
- B.A., English literature; writing (literary emphasis), Oral Roberts Univ. (2003)
"Culture Shock: Psychological Turmoil and the Struggle for Identity in Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions." In Beyond Tradition: African Women in Cultural and Political Spaces. Toyin Falola & S. U. Fwatshak (Eds.). Africa World Press, 2011.
"Culture Shock: Psychological Turmoil and the Struggle for Identity in Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions." 10th Annual Africa Conference. University of Texas at Austin, March 2010.
"Backing Off the Edge: Local and Existential Irony in Annie Dillard's Holy the Firm." Jesters and Gestures: Irony at a Crossroads. Dept. of Comparative Literature, City University of New York. February 2011.
“Discursive Symmetry: ‘Life Itself in the Era of the Postvital Organism.” Disembodied: Literature and Transmission in a Digital Age. Dept. of Comparative Literature, UC Berkeley, March 2013.
“Krapp on the Command Line: An Algorithmic Representation of Beckett’s Subject in Krapp’s Last Tape.” The Contours of Algorithmic Life. The Mellon Research Initiative in Digital Culture. UC Davis, May 2014.
- British Romantic Literature (ENL 130), Prof. Lynn Langmade, Fall 2010
- Writing Science (ENL/STS 164), Prof. Colin Milburn, Winter 2011
- Introduction to Principles of Criticism (ENL 110B), Prof. John Marx, Spring 2012
- Expository Writing, University of California, Davis, Fall 2011 to June 2013
- Introduction to Literature, University of California, Davis, Fall 2013 to Present
- GRE Preparatory Course UC Davis L.E.A.D.S. Summer 2013 and Summer 2014
Twentieth Century Literatures in English; Henry James, Jorge Luis Borges, Annie Dillard, T. S. Eliot, Samuel Beckett, Virginia Woolf, J. M. Coetzee, Roger Mais; Alan Turing, Norbert Wiener, Claude Shannon; Science and Literature; History and Philosophy of Mathematics; History of Philosophy; History of Science; Deconstruction; Infinities, Uncertainty, Eternity, Time, Space, Topology, Language, Real and Complex Analysis, Chaos and their various nodes of intersection.