PhD, English, Harvard University
BA with Highest Honors, English and Classics, University of Virginia
I study the relationship between drama and epistemology with particular focus on late medieval England. My current project, Producing Knowledge in the Middle English Mystery Plays, shows how late medieval popular drama was a central battleground for contemporary debates about the nature of knowledge and the politics of knowledge production. My teaching interests and experience include Early English Literature to Milton, the History of Drama, Digital Humanities, Disability Studies, History of the English language, and Medieval Studies.To read more, visit my website
- “Handling Knowledge: Holy Bodies in the Middle English Mystery Plays.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. 47.2 (2017), 279-304.
- “It’s Not Ibsen.” Post45 Contemporaries. “Leaving Hollywoo: Essays after Bojack Horseman” cluster, eds. Jack Belloli and Pamela Thurschwell. November 2020.
- Review of Ingrid Nelson, Lyric Tactics: Poetry, Genre, and Practice in Later Medieval England (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017) in Studies in the Age of Chaucer 39 (2017), 367-70.
- Four-time winner of the Harvard Derek Bok Center Certificate of Distinction in Teaching
- Institute for the Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellowship, 2022
- Schwab Academic Excellence Award, 2020
- Council for European Studies First Article Prize, 2019
- Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2017-18
- Alexandra Johnston Prize (for best conference paper), Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society, 2017
- Schallek Award, Medieval Academy of America, 2016
- Donald Howard Scholarship, New Chaucer Society, 2016
- Dexter Summer Research Grant, Harvard University, 2016
- (ENGL 120) British Literature, Medieval to 18th Century
- (ENGL 126) Introduction to Drama
- (ENGL 223) Chaucer
- (ENGL 224) Medieval Literature Excluding Chaucer
- (ENGL 821) Graduate Seminar in Middle English: Knowledge, Wisdom, Mystery