Associate Professor, Director of Hemingway Literary Center
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I teach primarily twentieth-century British literature and literary criticism and theory, as well as modernist, gender, and film studies. I have enjoyed teaching introduction and survey courses on illness and literature as well as food and literature. My publications include articles on Virginia Woolf, H.D., Germaine Dulac, D.H. Lawrence, and a survey of late modernist literature. My current research project is “Pandemic Modernity” and focuses on the role of illness in the aesthetics and ethics of modernist fiction.
- Ph.D., English, The Ohio State University
- M.A., English, The Ohio State University
- M.A., Women’s Studies, The Ohio State University
Twentieth-century British literature; literary criticism and theory; modernist, gender and film studies; the role of illness in the aesthetics and ethics of modernist fiction