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- 158B - The American Novel 1900 to the present
Ph.D. in English. University of California Davis. March 2020.
M.A. in English. University of California Davis. December 2018.
Apprentice in Etienne Decroux's Corporeal Mime. Pomona College. 2011-2012.
B.A. in Theatre; Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture, with Honors. Scripps College. May 2011.
Transatlantic modernisms; form and media theory; poetry, performance, and plastic arts; bodies in text.
UWP 101 [Online]: Advanced Composition, Spring 2021
ENL 158B [Online]: The American Novel 1900-Present, Spring 2021
UWP 101 [Online]: Advanced Composition, Winter 2021
ENL 40-04 [Online]: Tragedy and American Politics, Winter 2021
UWP 101 [Online]: Advanced Composition, Fall 2020
ENL 40-03 [Online]: Tragedy and American Politics, Fall 2020
ENL 166 [Online]: Love and Desire in Contemporary American Poetry, Fall 2020
ENL 10C: Literatures in English III: 1900-Present, Winter 2018
UWP 1 [Online]: Expository Writing, Winter and Spring 2016
ENL 3: Myth, Inheritance, and the Problem of History, Fall 2015
UWP 1: Expository Writing, Fall 2013-Spring 2015
Introduction to Principles of Criticism, Spring 2013
Introduction to Medieval Drama, Winter 2013
Children's Literature, Fall 2012
"Structural Preoccupations and Inassimilable Wounds: An Experiment in Reading The Descent of Alette," Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, Portland, OR. November 2015