I am a current MA student at the University of Chicago in the Master of Arts Program in the Humanities. I completed by thesis in 2018, and am continuing my Japanese language education. My thesis discussed censorship and gendered supernatural bodies in early Meiji period Japanese prints, and the influence of globalization and modernization had on the perception of such images. My interests include folklore, censorship in art, print history, Japan studies, and material culture studies. I have served on a student curatorial committee at the University of Chicago, contributing two labels to a small exhibit on the prints of Felix Buhot. Currently I am interning at the Cincinnati Art Museum as a Photography Conservation and Curation Intern. My main projects are working with Meiji period ambrotypes, and cyanotypes from the William Howard Taft diplomatic mission to Asia in 1905.
Romanticism, Book History, Print Culture, Cultural History of Celebrity.
I study the Victorian novel, literature and religion, theories of narrative, and the history of printing.
Early modern English heraldry, Shakespeare/EM drama, history, print culture
manuscript, print, and digital cultures; the cultural production and circulation of knowledge; palaeography and diplomatics; manuscript studies; book history; history of science; medieval and early modern collecting; history of archives and libraries.
British literature of the long eighteenth century; book history and print culture; archival studies; digital humanities; epistolarity.
Native American and Indigenous Studies, Environmental Discourse, Indigenous Language Revitalization, Print Culture and Book History
C19 American literature; environmental humanities; oceanic studies; print culture and book history
digital humanities, history of print culture, science fiction, canon formation, literary translation, dystopian fiction
Colonial Latin American literature, Nahuatl and Mesoamerican indigenous studies, book history and print culture