Research Fields of Interest: British Romanticism, travel, writing, Interdisciplinary and Post-colonialism
Degrees: B.A., Appalachian State University; M.A., Tufts University; Ph.D., Tufts University
Phone: (814) 332-4329
Office Location: Odd Fellows 215
Office Hours (Fall ’22): Tuesdays 2:00-5:00pm; Wednesdays 9:00-10:00am & 12:30-2:30pm
Courses (Fall ’22)
ENGL 232 – LatinX Literatures
FS 101 – Academic Discourse I
- I Was a Bell, Red Hen Press, September 2021.
- Graham, Maria Dundas. Journal of a Voyage to Brazil (1824) by Maria Dundas Graham. Editors M Soledad Caballero and Jenna Hayward, editors. Parlor Press, Travel Writing Series, Senior Editor Professor Jeanne Moskal, forthcoming 2009-2010.
- “Capturing Confusion: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Improving Students’ Reading Comprehension,” co-author Dr. Aimee Knupsky, Reading across the Disciplines, editor Karen Manarin, Indiana University Press, forthcoming.
- “We’ll do whate’er we list”: Growing, creating, and writing together,” co-author Dr. Aimee Knupsky, in Critical Collaboration Communities: Academic Writing Partnerships, Groups, and Retreats, editor Nicola Simmons, Brill/Sense, 2019.
- “Some Powerful Rankling Passion”: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Emotion Regulation Strategies in Joanna Baillie’s Passion Plays, co-author Dr. Aimee Knupsky, special issue of Poetic Today: “Knowledge, Understanding, Well-Being: Cognitive Literary Studies,” editor Nancy Easterlin, August 2019.
- “Transatlantic Masculinities: Military Leadership and Migration in the South American Wars of Independence,” Migrations and Modernities: the state of being stateless, 1700-1850, editors JoEllen DeLucia and Juliet Shields, Edinburgh University Press, Spring 2019.
- “Sharing Contagion: Sympathetic Curiosity and Social Emotion Regulation in Joanna Baillie’s De Monfort,” co-author Dr. Aimee Knupsky in “Romanticism and Affect Studies,” editor Seth Reno, Romantic Circles Praxis. May 2018.
- “Oddfellows 215,” Missouri Review, December 2021.
- “Before an MRI: Questionnaire,” SWWIM, January 2021, winner SWWIM-For-the-Fun-of-It contest.
- “Stage Two,” Lunch Ticket, Amuse-Bouche, Fall 2020.
- “Follow Up,” Lunch Ticket, Amuse-Bouche, Fall 2020.
- “All Love Stories are Death Stories,” Lunch Ticket, Amuse-Bouche, Fall 2020.
- “Writing Poetry After Turning 46,” Orange Blossom Review, Issue 4, Summer 2020.
- “On the Phone with my Mother after She Watches the News,” VIDA Review, Issue 1, March 2, 2020.
- “The Myths We Live,” VIDA Review, Issue 1, March 2, 2020.
- “Myths We Tell,” Cutthroat Literary Review, March 2020, Joy Harjo poetry prize winner.