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Ph.D. in English with a designated emphasis in classics and classical receptions, September 2019
Dissertation: "Questioning Reproduction in Seventeenth-Century English Literature"
MA in English, Chapman University, 2012
BA in English with a history minor, Chapman University, 2010
Research Interests: early modern English literature; reproduction; the reception of ancient philosophy in Renaissance England
"'Quitting Nature's Part': The Reproductive Quest in Dryden's Virgil." Explorations in Renaissance Culture 45.2 (Fall 2019): 193-218. https://brill.com/view/journals/erc/45/2/article-p193_193.xml.
"Hedone in Eden: The Queerness of Pleasure in Paradise Lost"
UC Santa Barbara Early Modern Center annual conference (Queer Crossings, Unruly Locales, 1500-1800), 28-29 February 2020
"The Philosophy of Reproduction in All's Well That Ends Well"
Shakespeare Association of America 46th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, 31 March 2018
"'Unpeople the Province with Continency': Questioning Reproductive Logic in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure"
Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies, Chicago, IL, 28 January 2017
ENL 40: Introductory Topics in Literature (Topic: Shakespeare and the Classics) (Spring 2020)
ENL 149: Topics in Literature (Topic: Paradise Lost and the Classics) (Fall 2019)
UWP 1: Expository Writing (2013-2015, Spring 2020)
ENL 3A: Writer's Workshop (Fall 2019, Winter 2020)
ENL 3: Introduction to Literature (2015-2020)
ENL 10A: Literatures in English I: To 1700 (Fall 2017, Winter 2018)
ENL 122: Milton (Fall 2015)