Office Hours: Fridays, 9:30-11:30 am, email for location and more information
Areas of Interest: 17th C British, 18th C British, Gender and Sexuality, Women's Writing, History of Medicine, Material Culture
MSt, English (1550-1700), University of Oxford, 2016
BA, English, summa cum laude, Middlebury College, 2014
Minors: Spanish, Theatre
Honors and Awards
2019-2020 Rare Book School-University of Virginia Fellowship
2014 Mary Dunning Thwing English Prize (for best-written work by a female student in Middlebury College’s English and American Literatures Department)
2013 Phi Beta Kappa
2013 Senior Research Project Supplement Grant, Middlebury College Undergraduate Research Office
2011-2013 Helen Coldwell Riccio Memorial Scholarship
2010-2013 Middlebury College Scholar (highest academic honor)
“‘Yea, and I Will Be Very Wary’: Representations of Working Women’s Precarity on the Restoration Stage,” American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, March 2019
“Working Women on the Restoration Stage,” MSt English (1550-1700) Student Conference, University of Oxford, May 2016
“Mary Napier’s ‘Snaile Milke’: Transmission, Materiality, and Medical Practice.” The Recipes Project, 30 Nov. 2017, https://recipes.hypotheses.org/10153.
“Traditions of Envy, Madness, and Tragedy in Unamuno’s Abel Sánchez and The Bible.” With Marta Manrique-Gómez in Madness, Love, and Tragedy in 19th and 20th Century Spain (ed. Manrique-Gómez), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013, pp. 55-82.