Curriculum Vitae

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  • Ph.D. student in English & Comparative Literature, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • B.A. in English and correlate in Art History, Vassar College, May 2012.


  • “Enfolded Narrative in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall: Refusing ‘a perfect work of art’, Brontë Studies (forthcoming).
  • “Women’s Reading as Protest in Gissing’s The Odd Women: ‘I’ll see how I like this first’”, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 62:1, January 2019, 53-71.

Conference Presentations

  • Annotation and Preservation in Sara Coleridge’s Phantasmion. North American Victorian Studies Association. Banff, Canada, November 2017.
  • Overcrowded Into a Few Grooves of Usefulness: Expanding Spaces of Female Production in the Victoria Press. South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Atlanta, Georgia, November 2017.
  • Jane Austen and the Modern Girl: Reconsidering Austen’s Reception through Suffrage Discourse. Victorian Institute Conference. Greeneville, South Carolina, October 2017.
  • “The little philosophy I am mistress of”: Passions and Knowledge in Eliza Haywood’s Early Fictions. British Women Writers Conference. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2017.
  • Producing Space for Readers in The Cornhill Magazine and The Victoria Magazine. Triangle Book History Symposium, National Humanities Center. Durham, North Carolina, 2017.
  • “I’ll see how I like this first”: Female Reading Experiences in The Odd Women. Victorian Institute Conference. Raleigh, North Carolina, 2016.
  • Romanticism versus Realism in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall: The Failings of a Singular Perspective. British Women Writers Conference. Athens, Georgia 2016.
  • An Unsex’d Heroine: The treatment of Jemima in Maria, or the Wrongs of Woman. Northeast Modern Language Association. Hartford, Connecticut 2016.

Teaching Experience

  • Instructor, ENGL 123: Introduction to Fiction, Fall 2018.
  • Instructor, ENGL 105: Writing in the Disciplines, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018
  • Graduate Research Consultant, ENGL 55H: Reading and Writing Women’s Lives (with Dr. Jane Danielewicz), Fall 2017.

Digital and Design Projects

Awards and Fellowships

  • Elsie Van Dyck Dewitt Scholarship Fund Fellowship ($3000), 2018/2019
  • Rare Book School Director’s Fellowship ($1500), 2018
  • Digital Humanities Summer Institute Course Fellowship ($800), 2018
  • North American Victorian Studies Association Travel Grant ($120) 2017
  • Digital Literacy Initiative Fellow ($5,000), 2017
  • Digital Literacy Curricular Development Fellowship ($500), 2017
  • The Robert M. and Janet Lumiansky Graduate Student Excellence Fund in English ($200), 2016
  • W. Bruce Lea Jr. Graduate Fund in English ($300), 2016
  • Ford Scholar for Professor Robert DeMaria, Jr., Vassar College, 2010

Campus and Community Service

  • Vice-President, Comparative Literature and English Association of Graduate Students, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2018-2019.
  • President, Comparative Literature and English Association of Graduate Students, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2017-2018.
  • Steering Committee, Jane Austen Summer Program, June 2016, June 2017, June 2018.
  • Steering Committee, British Women’s Writer’s Conference, June 2016.


  • The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing
  • British Women’s Writing Association
  • Modern Language Association
  • Southeast Modern Language Association
  • Northeast Modern Language Association

Related Work Experience

  • Project Assistant, The William Blake Archive. UNC-Chapel Hill, January 2018-Present.
  • Publicist, Wisdom House Books. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2015-Present.
  • Production Editor, Cambridge University Press. New York, New York, 2013-2015.
  • Editorial Assistant for The Yale Edition of the Works of Samuel Johnson, volumes XIX and XX and The Yale Digital Johnson, 2009-2012.