areas of specialization: British Romanticism, digital humanities, poetry, ecocriticism
My research focuses on how the concept of the “ephemeral” developed during the Romantic period from a biological entity to a textual fragment. My publications include “Beyond Academic Twitter: Social Media and the Evolution of Scholarly Publication” (Hybrid Pedagogy, July 2016), “Percy Bysshe Shelley and the Ekphrasis of Hair” (European Romantic Review, April 2013), “The Child of the City and the ‘Palimpsest’ at Sea: De Quincey’s Chronological Constraints” (Literature Compass, October 2012), and “Ghosts in the House: Margaret Oliphant’s Uncanny Response to Feminist Success” (in Antifeminism and the Victorian Novel, ed. Tamara Wagner, Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2009).
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