I am PhD candidate studying medieval translation theory and classical reception, and I’m currently working on Middle English receptions of Ovid’s Heroides. My research centers on gender, textuality, and transmission, and I am especially interested in medieval theories of translation. I have taught numerous upper- and lower- level undergraduate courses in the English Department at Texas A&M, including two courses on Arthurian Literature.
- Digital Humanities
- Early Modern Studies
- Gender and Sexuality Studies
- History of the Book and Textual Studies
- Linguistics and History of the English Language
- Medieval Studies
- Religion, Literature, and Culture
I’ve held research assistantships with the World Shakespeare Bibliography and Cushing Memorial Library as the Kelsey Archival Fellow, and I am currently serving as a Graduate Research Assistant for the Center of Digital Humanities’ Text Mining the Novel Project.