Title: Assistant Professor
Degrees: University of Connecticut, Ph.D. English, 2007
Baylor University, M.A. English, 1995
Gordon College, B.A. English, 1992
"Let X=Professor; Now Solve for Y. Or, How I Learned to Stop
Worrying and Love the Millennials"in Generation X Professors
Speak: Voices From Academia, ed. Marc Shaw, John Kille,
and Elwood Watson. Scarecrow Press, 2013. (forthcoming)
"Don't Judge a Cover by its Woolf: Book Jacket Images and the
Marketing of Virginia Woolf's Work" in Virginia Woolf
and the Literary Marketplace, ed. Jeanne Dubino. Palgrave, 2010.
"Geometries of Space and Time: The Cubist London of Mrs.
Dalloway" Woolf Studies Annual 13 (2007), 111-136.
"Acts of Containment: Marianne Moore, Joseph Cornell,
and the Poetics of Enclosure" Journal of Modern Literature 29.4
(Summer 2006), 124-144.
"The Enduring Sacred Strain: The Place of the Tale of the
Sankgreal Within Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur
"Christianity and Literature 47.1 (Autumn 1997), 21-34.
University of Connecticut Humanities Institute Dissertation
Selected conference presentations:
"Intended as Ephemera: The Case of the Poetry Bookshop Rhyme
Sheets." Material Cultures in the Space Between, 1914-1945.
Providence, Rhode Island, June 2012.
"The Fry Screen: Schools of Art as Metaphor in Brideshead
Revisited." Belief and Disbelief in the Space Between, 1914-1945.
Portland, Oregon, June 17-19, 2010.
"A Roundtable Discussion on Re-envisioning Woolf with (Other)
Modernist Women Writers." Eighteenth Annual International
Conference on Virginia Woolf. Denver, Colorado, June 2008.
"Don't Judge a Cover by Its Woolf: Book Jacket Images and the
Marketing of Virginia Woolf's Work." Seventeenth Annual
International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Oxford, Ohio,
"Sesame Street on YouTube: A Community of Nostalgia." National
Meeting of the Popular Culture/American Culture Association,
Boston,Mass., April 2007.
"Obviously an Irish Nonsense: Ulysses as Dada." New England
Regional Meeting, American Conference for Irish Studies,
Canton,Mass. October 2005.
"'Conjunctio': Alchemy's Emblematic Unities." International
Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University,
Kalamazoo, Mich. May 2004.