I am PhD candidate studying Renaissance Drama and currently working on my dissertation centered on Shakespeare pedagogy. My research interests include Shakespeare and Early Modern drama, teaching Shakespeare to global and multicultural students, and race in the early modern period. My teaching experience includes numerous general-purpose English courses at Texas A&M as well as a specialized course on Shakespeare.
- African American and Diaspora Literature
- Early Modern Studies
- Transnational Literatures
- Post-Colonial Literature
- I have held a research assistantship at the World Shakespeare Bibliography, won funding for summer book history workshop in California and presented at a conference on Shakespeare pedagogy at the University of Alabama.