Office: Curry 335D
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Greensboro: 2019
M.A. James Madison University: 2012
B.A. King’s College: 2010
Transnational modernism; American Literature: late 19thcentury – contemporary; British and Anglophone literature: late 19th century – contemporary
“‘Nothingness in All Directions’: Modernism, Sci-Fi, and Illuminative Space.” Modernism/modernity Print Plus, Spring 2020. Forthcoming.
“‘I shall find the dark grow luminous’: W. B. Yeats, Destruction, and the Generative Void.” Aigne
(Special Issue: “Crisis: Predicament and Potential”), Spring 2020, vol. 7, no. 8. Forthcoming.
“Illumination, Transformation, and Nihilism: T. S. Eliot’s Empty Spaces,” Journal of Modern Literature.” Forthcoming.
Recent Awards and Honors
2018 The International T. S. Eliot Society Fathman Young Scholar Award
2018 UNC-Greensboro Graduate School Summer Dissertation Research Fellowship
2018 The T. S. Eliot International Summer School Fellowship
Recent Conference Presentations
“Yeats, Disaster, and the Generative Void,” The Modernist Studies Association Annual Conference,
The University of Toronto, Oct. 2019.
“Eliot and the Desert,” The International T. S. Eliot Society Annual Convention, Washington
University, Sept. 2019.
“The New God of Old Nihilism in W. B. Yeats’s A Vision,” The Louisville Conference on Literature and
Culture since 1900, The University of Louisville, Feb. 2019.
“Our Dirty Bread: Food, Distance, and Marginalization in D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers,” SAMLA
90: Fighters from the Margins: Socio-Political Activists and Their Allies, Sheraton Birmingham, Nov. 2018.