AboutI work on data as an epistemological concept, life writing, and comparative approaches to modernist and multiethnic U.S. literatures. Prior to this, I was a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at Temple University, specializing in digital humanities methods. My dissertation examines the relationship between life writing forms and data collection as an emerging epistemology of the social and the self in U.S. modernist literatures.
EducationPh.D., University of Michigan (2015)
MLIS, University of South Florida (2008)
MFA, Florida Atlantic Univeresity (2008)
BA, Kenyon College (2004)