Graduate Teaching Assistant
111 Neville Hall
Orono Maine 04469-5752
Office Hours – Spring 2018
B.A. in English, The College of Saint Rose (2016)
A.A. in General Studies (Honors), Fulton-Montgomery Community College (2014)
Concentration in the Master Program: Composition and Pedagogy
Areas of Research: Twentieth-century transatlantic literature, modern African American literature, modern Irish literature, the contact zone, Black rhetorics, digital essay, Marxisms, literary and cultural theory, and writing center studies
Publications, Readings, and Conference Presentations:
“Fathers, Sons, and Guns.” Thoughtcatalog.com, 9 May 2016.
“Theorizing the Repressive Body: Essentialism, Kingship, and Dying Aristocratic Masculinity in The Duchess of Malfi.” Undergraduate English Symposium, The College of Saint Rose, April 21 2016.
“Reading Immersion Journalism: Fathers, Sons, and Guns.” Undergraduate English Symposium, The College of Saint Rose, April 21 2016.
“Vaulting the Hurdle of Literary Analysis: Towards a Practice of Tutoring Close Reading and Literary Analysis.” New England Peer Tutoring Association Annual Conference, Assumption College, April 7 2016.
“Swimming Alone: Tools for Individual Academic Achievement.” Training Association for College Tutors, Tompkins Community College, October 13 2013.