I am a Ph.D. candidate in English at Indiana University – Bloomington, where I study history and literature in the 19th & 20th century transatlantic world.

My dissertation explores new literary representations of land ownership as a strategy for establishing national parks and other wilderness areas in the United States (1800-1914).

I have a number of academic and public-facing projects and articles, with topics ranging from literature to public lands management. The links below will direct you to my recent writing and projects. My CV can be found here.

My Published and Forthcoming Work

Jennifer Egan’s Digital Archive: A Visit From the Goon Squad, Humanism, and the Digital Experience,” LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory, vol. 31, issue 4, 2020.

Review of American Monuments by Benjamin Sherry, Od Review, 2019.

“Traumatic Communities and the Problem of the Past in the Utopian Fiction of Pauline Hopkins and Sutton E. Griggs,” Studies in the Novel, Forthcoming September 2021.

The NewlyReads, a literature podcast that my wife and I host to promote fun discussions of books. New episodes every other Saturday!