American Modernism, British Modernism, Farm writing, Agrarianism, Human-Animal Studies, History of Veterinary Medicine, Louis Bromfield


2012-2018 – PhD, English (in progress), Rice University
  • Committee: director, Judith Roof, second reader, Cary Wolfe; outside reader: Randal L. Hall.

2017 Dec. – CTE: Certificate in Teaching and Learning, Rice University

2015 May – 3CT: Center for Critical and Cultural Theory, Rice University 

2010-2012 – B.A., English Literary Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (summa cum laude with honors), Otterbein University

2008-2010 – completed coursework, Pre-Professional Studies and Equine Science, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College


“It’s Rather a Funny Story…”
Critical Introduction to The Abandoned Farmers by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb. Hastings College Press. Forthcoming 2016.

“After the Pulitzer: Louis Bromfield and Midwest Agrarianism.”
Chapter in The Midwestern Moment: Essays in Early-Twentieth Century Midwestern Regionalism. Vol. 3. Forthcoming Spring 2018. Hastings College Press.

“Dominance and Companionship: Animals in Behn and Defoe.”
The Sigma Tau Delta Review: International English Honor Society. Vol. 10. 2013. Print. http://english.org/sigmatd/pdf/publications/review13.pdf.

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