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Cornell University, PhD
Queens College, CUNY, MA
Vassar College, BA
Teaching and Research Interests
Old and Middle English literature and culture
Medieval cultural and intellectual history
Feminist, gender, and sexuality theory and studies
History of science and technology
British and American modernism and medievalism
“On Bells and Rebellion: The Auditory Imagination and Social Reform, Medieval and Modern” in Vernacular Aesthetics in the Later Middle Ages: Politics, Performativity, and Reception from Literature to Music, ed. Katharine Jager (Palgrave, 2019).
“Noise, Sound-Play, and Langland’s Poetics of Lolling in the Time of Wyclif” Studies in the Age of Chaucer (2016) 165-200.
“So and Sense: Language Problems and Affective Solutions in Anglo-Saxon Treatments of the Guthlac Legend” Viator 44 no. 3 (2013) 63-84.
“Something from Nothing: Melancholy, Gossip, and Chaucer’s Poetics of Idling in the Book of the Duchess” The Chaucer Review 48 no. 2 (2013) 205-221.