Ph.D., City University of New York
B.A., University of Scranton
- Writing, Pedagogy, and Society (IDS 290)
- Common Intellectual Experience (CIE)
- Podcasting American Literature
- Women’s Literature
- Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow and Associate Director of First-Year Writing, Duke University
- Writing Fellow, Bernard L. Schwartz Communications Institute
- Writing Consultant, Baruch College Writing Center
- early U.S. literature and culture
- writing pedagogy
- writing assessment
“The Haitian Revolution and the Limitations of White Feminism: A Comparison of Zelica, the Creole and Leonora Sansay’s Secret History.” Studies in American Fiction.
“Charles Lenox Sargent’s Life of Alexander Smith: Imagining Indian Removal in the South Pacific.” Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal.