Phone: (814) 332-4334
Office Location: Odd Fellows 216
Office Hours: (Fall 2020)
Regular Zoom Office Hours- Monday & Wednesday 1:00-3:00 and by appointment (please email)
Happy/Anxious Zoom Office Hours- Friday 1:00-3:00
Courses (FA ’20)
ENGL 112- Literature and the Body
ENGL 235- Shakespearean Literatures
- Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship, New York University, 2012-13
- Mellon Dissertation Completion Fellowship, New York University, 2011-12
- Lane Cooper Fellowship for excellence in pursuing a research and a teaching career in Renaissance Literature, New York University, 2010-11
- H. M. MacCracken Dissertation Fellowship for promising Ph.D. dissertation, 2009-10
GSAS Student Travel Grants, New York University, 2009, 2011
- H. M. MacCracken Fellowship for graduate study, New York University, 2005-09
Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard University, 1996
- John Harvard Scholarship for academic excellence, Harvard University, 1993-96
- Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Scholarship for academic excellence, Radcliffe College, 1993-96
- Detur Book Prize for academic excellence as a freshman, Harvard University, 1994
- “Through a Glass Darkly: Sophie Okonedo’s Margaret as Racial Other in The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses.” Shakespeare Survey 73 (2020): 170-183.
- “Comedy, the Senses, and Social Contagion in Plays Confuted in Five Actions and The Comedy of Errors,” in Contagion and the Shakespearean Stage, ed. Darryl Chalk and Mary Floyd-Wilson, Palgrave-MacMillan, 2019, 25-45.
- “‘The Voice that Will Drown All the City’: Un-Gendering Noise in The Roaring Girl.” Renaissance Drama 39 (2011): 69-95.
- Review of Richard Sugg’s Murder after Death: Literature and Anatomy in Early Modern England. Renaissance Quarterly 61 (Summer 2008): 684-86.