Research

Publications

Articles

“‘A Genius for Unreality’: Neurodivergent Identity in Elizabeth Bowen’s Eva Trout.Journal of Modern Literature, vol. 42, no. 2, Winter 2019, pp. 75-93.

Online Publications

Neurodiversity and Personhood in Eva Trout: A Closer Look at JML 42.2.Indiana University Press News Blog, 12 Apr. 2019.

On S*PeRM**K*T.Modern American Poetry Site, edited by Cary Nelson and Bartholomew Brinkman, 2012.

On ‘Mummy of a Lady Named Jemutesonekh.’Modern American Poetry Site, edited by Cary Nelson and Bartholomew Brinkman, 2012.

Conference Presentations

“Autobiographical Absences: Kinship and Mourning in the Memoirs of Jesmyn Ward and Saidiya Hartman.” International Auto/Biography Association Americas Conference. June 13-15, 2019. University of the West Indies – Mona.

“Dissent and Discipline: Reading Fictional Diaries by Institutionalized Women in As We Are Now and The Secret Scripture.” Midwest Modern Language Association Convention. Nov. 9–11, 2017. Cincinnati, OH.

“Generic Transformations: Travel and Truth-Telling in The Moor’s Account.” South Central Modern Language Association Convention. Oct. 5–7, 2017. Tulsa, OK.

“Rethinking the Autobiographical Subject in J. M. Coetzee’s Foe.” British Modernities Group Conference. May 4–5, 2017. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

“Disability, Voice, and Autobiographical Exclusion in J. M. Coetzee’s Foe.” Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women’s Studies International Graduate Conference. Mar. 31, 2017. University of Rochester.

“‘Hole[s] in the narrative’: Giving an Account of the Non-Self in Foe and Not I.” Romance Languages and Literatures Graduate Student Conference. Apr. 1–2, 2016. State University of New York at Buffalo.

“Bad Romance: The Sadeian Fairy Tales of Angela Carter and Kathy Acker.” British Modernities Group Conference. May 1–2, 2015. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

“Re-Membering through Forgetting: Life-Writing in Never Let Me Go.” School of Languages and Cultures Symposium. March 6–7, 2015. Purdue University.

“‘Spinning a Yarn’ to Fabricate New Worlds: Metafiction in The Stone Gods and Cloud Atlas.” Imagining Alternatives: A Graduate Symposium on Speculative Fictions. October 18–19, 2013. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

CV

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