AboutI’m an associate professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Waterloo, where I specialize in Romanticism, the history and philosophy of science, and gothic studies.
EducationPh.D. Rutgers, 2012
M.A. Rutgers, 2009
B.A. New York University, 2005
Work Shared in CORE
Articles and Book Chapters:
- “Gothic Ecologies of Mind,” in Joel Faflak and Richard C. Sha, Romanticism and Consciousness Revisited, under contract with Edinburgh UP.
- “Cognitive Scaffolding, Aids to Reflection,“ in Distributed Cognition in Enlightenment and Romantic Culture, ed. Miranda Anderson, George Rousseau, and Michael Wheeler (Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2019).
- “Baillie’s Diagnostic Sublime,” European Romantic Review 29.3 (June 2018).
- “Social Minds in Romanticism,” Literature Compass 14.2 (February 2017).
- “Wordsworth between Minds,” Multi-Media Romanticisms, ed. Andrew Burkett and James Brooke-Smith, Romantic Circles Praxis Series (November 2016).
- “Ossian’s Folk Psychology,” ELH 80.3 (Fall 2013).
- “Reading One’s Own Mind: Hazlitt, Cognition, Fiction,” European Romantic Review 24.4 (2013).
- Lyric Mindedness and the ‘Automaton Poet,’” in Romantic Numbers, ed. Maureen N. McLane. Romantic Circles Praxis Series (April 2013).
- “Psyche’s ‘Whisp’ring Fan’ and Keats’s Genealogy of the Secular,” Studies in Romanticism 50.3 (Fall 2011).
- “From the Lecture Hall to the Tavern: Romantic Literature’s Social Venues,” in preparation for European Romantic Review (2021).
- “Romanticism, Cognition, Culture: A Review Essay,” co-written with Colin Jager, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 57-58 (February-May 2010).