2015, English MA, California State University Los Angeles
2013, English BA, University of California Berkeley
2103, Political Science BA, University of California Berkeley
I am a PhD student studying social reform in nineteenth-century American literature and culture, especially in regards to gender and sexuality. I am interested in how novels of the period reflect the successes and failures of experimental utopian communities such as Brook Farm and the Oneida Community. Additional areas of interest include: women’s writing, sentimental fiction, gothic literature, cultural studies, and African American literature.
Publications:Teutsch, Matthew and Katharine Henry. “‘Memories wasn’t a place, memories was in the mind’: the Gothic in Ernest J. Gaines’s The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman.” Mississippi Quarterly vol. 68, no. 3-4 (2015): 511-530.
- Future Faculty Fellowship Program, UNC Center for Faculty Excellence, Spring 2018
- Jamie Guilbeau and Thelma Guilbeau Collections Research Grant, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Department of History and Geography, 2017-2018
- Robert Bain Award for Excellence, UNC English Department, 2016-2017
- The Caroline H. and Thomas S. Royster Fellowship, UNC Graduate School, 2015-Present
- Initiative for Minority Excellence Scholarship, UNC Graduate School, 2015-Present