Latin American literature, feminist criticism, women writers
Contemporary Spanish American prose; Spanish American women writers, literary translation
Early novel, women writers, early science, Jane Austen.
the epistolary genre, French women writers and artists, film studies, memoirs
Editor, LEGACY: A JOURNAL OF AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS
Faculty director, Maine Women Writers CollectionLiterature and health
The US West
Literary recovery and archival praxis
modernism, aesthetics, women writers, working class studies, Marxism, fashion theory and history, materialism, labor history, and knitting.
…my in Edith Wharton’s Summer.” Edith Wharton Review 28.1 (Spring 2012): 13-20.Book Chapters“The Modernist Aesthetic and the Immigrant: Anzia Yezierska’s Communities of Countrymen.” Community Boundaries and Border Crossings: Critical Essays on Ethnic Women Writers. Eds. Kristen Lillvis, Robert Miltner, and Molly Fuller. Lexington: Lexington Books, 2016: 49-70.“Those ‘whose deaths were not remarked’: Ghostly Other Women in Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw, Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow …
Assistant Professor of English at Marshall University, teaching early and nineteenth-century American literature, women writers, and regional literature.
Women Writers, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Virginia Woolf, Textual Studies, Victorian Literature and Culture, Poetry
Restoration and eighteenth-century British literature, British women writers of eighteenth century, literary marketplace
…ne Harrison’s and Jessie Weston’s Alternative Histories,” Relations ed. Julie Fuller, Meechal Hoffman, and Livia Woods. Special issue of Nineteenth Century Gender Studies 11.3 (Winter 2015).
“Jane Harrison’s Ritual Scholarship,” in Modernist Women Writers and Spirituality: A Piercing Darkness, eds. Elizabeth Anderson, Andrew Radford, and Heather Walton. Forthcoming from Palgrave.
Victorian literature, Modernist literature, religion and literature, science and literature, gender and sexuality, women writers