Curriculum Vitae


Pursuing Ph.D. in English Literature, Expected May 2023

CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


M. Phil in English, September 2021

CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


M.A. in English, February 2021

CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


Bachelor of Arts in English, with Honors, May 2018

Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR

Thesis: “’I am a shadow now, alas!’ Poetic Transmission and Textual Posterity in John Keats’s Isabella; Or, the Pot of Basil


Affiliate Student, English Literature , September 2016-June 2017

University College London, London, UK


“Impossibilities of Scalability: Autonomy, Adjunctification, and Apprenticeship in the Age of the Austerity Crisis.” Working with and against Shared Curricula: Perspectives from College Writing Teachers and Administrators. Co-authored with Dr. Amy Wan and Megan Pindling. New York: Peter Lang, September 2021.

“Hoccleve’s Ballades to Henry Somer: A Translation.” The International Hoccleve Society. February 2020.

“Reading the Physician: Experiments with Patient Authority in Medieval Medical Literature.” Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal. August 2019.


Graduate Teaching Fellow


Queens College, CUNY, New York NY

  • Instructor of record teaching composition to undergraduate students.
  • Courses taught: English Composition (English 110), English Literature 900-2000 (English 151)



Graduate Center Fellowship


The CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


June 2021

Provost’s Pre-Dissertation Fellowship

The CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


July 2020

Connect NY Fellowship

The CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


March 2020

History and Public Health Award

The New Media Lab, CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


New York Botanical Garden-CUNY Summer Research Fellowship

May-August 2019

The New York Botanical Garden and the CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY


Hilary and Adam Dixon Research Grant

June 2017

Department of English, Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR



Graduate Research Assistant

September 2018-May 2019

CUNY Graduate Center, New York NY

  • Assisting a member of the Graduate Center faculty with research, proofreading, and general office work. Assisted with editing a monograph on Henry James.

Archival Assistant

January-July 2018

Portland Archives and Records Office, City of Portland, Portland OR

  • Fetched materials for researchers, organized the archives, and provided support to senior archivists. Processed materials including land use records, maps, and slides.

Student Research Assistant

January -May 2018

Special Collections, Watzek Library, Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR

  • Conducted archival research to date, situate, and explore the college’s bible collection.
  • Constructed the exhibit “Shaping the Bible: 500 Years of Interpretation, Translation, and Reformation”, on display at Lewis & Clark College September 2018 through August 2019.

Public Affairs Assistant

September 2015-July 2018

Office of Public Affairs and Communications, Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR

  • Conducted interviews and outreach to research on-campus events, and wrote and edited articles for the College’s website about events, alumni achievements, and related subjects.



Academic Conferences

Presenter, ICMS 2022. “The Green Knight and Transference” in “The Green Knight (2021): Key Critical Perspectives”. 9 May, 2022.

“Dungeons and Dragons and Dice, Oh My!: Medievalism in TTRPGS.” Roundtable, Pearl Kibre Medieval Study Conference, CUNY Graduate Center, 7 May 2021.

“Impossible Architecture for Modern Life: Medievalism and Post-Apocalypse in Games.” English Student Association Conference, CUNY Graduate Center, 19 March 2021.

“Secrets Revealed: Incunabula and the Late Medieval Scientific Imagination.” New York Botanical Garden Science-Humanities Seminar, Mertz Library, 16 August 2019.

“‘Everything is a Little More Complex Than That’: Medievalism and Representation in ActualPlay Podcasts.” Fan Cultures and the Premodern World Conference, History Faculty, University of Oxford, UK, 6-9 July 2019.

“’Witnesse Upon the Wylde Infirmitee’: The Precarious Language of Madness in Thomas Hoccleve’s Complaint.” Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Keene State, New Hampshire, 13-14 April 2019.

“The Fantastical Image: Monstrosity and Humanity in Medieval Bestiaries.” Award Recipient and Presenter, Dixon Award Reception, Lewis & Clark College, February 2018.

Invited Talks

“Madness and Life Writing in Medieval European Literature.” Invited Panelist, First Year Comprehensive Showcase, The Graduate Center, CUNY, 13 September 2019.


“Approaching the Medieval in the 21st Century”. Guest Lecture, English 230, Dr. Jennifer Alberghini, Queens College, February 25 2021.



Medieval Academy of America Graduate Member




Admissions Committee Member

English Student Association Admissions Committee, The CUNY Graduate Center

March 2020

Conference Coordinator, “Disability is Not A Metaphor”

Conference held at the CUNY Graduate Center, 13 March 2020.



Italian, Reading and Speaking Knowledge

Middle English, Reading Knowledge

Latin, Reading Knowledge (Classical and Medieval)

French, Intermediate Reading Knowledge