Ph.D., Ohio State University (2005), English

M.A., Florida State University (2001), English

B.A., Florida Atlantic University (1998), English

B.A., George Washington University (1992), International Relations


“‘A Bookkeeper! Not an Accountant!’: Representing the Lower Middle Class from Victorian Novels and Music Hall Songs to Television Sitcoms.” Journal of Popular Culture. 44.1 (Feb 2011): 16-36. Print.

“‘The Daily Male’: Vesta Tilley and the Performance of Masculinity on the Victorian Music-Hall Stage.”Hunks, Hotties and Pretty Boys: 20th Century Representations of Male Beauty. Eds. Steven Davis and Maglina Lubovich. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. 112-142. Print.

Ally Sloper’s Half Holiday: The Geography of Class in Late-Victorian Britain.” Victorian Periodicals Review 41.2 (Summer 2008): 150-173. Print.


Tony Pastor’s Traveling Vaudeville Company and the Making of American (Popular) Culture.

Upcoming Talks and Conferences

“Tony Pastor’s Traveling Company: Making American Popular Culture one Performance at a Time.” VISAWUS 2018, Palm Springs, CA., Nov. 8-10.

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