Visiting Assistant Professor of English
Office: Center for the Arts
2017: PhD, American Literature, Brown University
2013: MA, American Literature, Brown University
2011: BA, English Literature, University of British Columbia
Selected Awards, Publications, and Presentations
“A Not Exactly Good Man: Lionel Trilling on Law and Judgment.” Article forthcoming in Twentieth-Century Literature.
“Heartlessness as an Intellectual Style.” Review of Tough Enough: Arbus, Arendt,
Didion, McCarthy, Sontag, Weil, by Deborah Nelson. The Chronicle Review, May 2017.
“From Civil Rights to Human Rights: John A. Williams’ Transnational Turn.” Presentation at Modern Language Association Conference. Philadelphia, January 2017.
Dissertation Completion Proposal Award, Brown University. September 2016-May 2017.
“Beyond Cool?” Review of Cool Characters: Irony and American Fiction, by Lee Konstantinou.
The Point Magazine, May 2016.
“Love Actuarially: Privacy, Intimacy, and Information in Billy Wilder’s Apartment.” Article published in Post45 Peer-Reviewed. http://post45.research.yale.edu/2016/02/love-actuarially-privacy-intimacy-and-information-in-the-apartment/
“The Nuremberg Trial and Postwar Liberalism.” Presentation at Modern Language Association Conference. Austin, January 2016.
“Postmodernism by Design.” Review of No Accident, Comrade: Chance and Design in Cold War American Narratives, by Steven Belletto. Novel: A Forum on Fiction `48.3 (Fall 2015).
“An Impossible Question: The Middle of the Journey and the Legacies of Nuremberg.” Presentation at Princeton Graduate Symposium. Princeton, March 2015.
“To Ridicule or Refute: Legal Form in Catch 22.” Presentation at the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities Conference. Washington DC, March 2015.
Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada). September 2013-September 2016.