Medieval Iberian Literature, Women and Gender Studies, Critical Theory, Art History
critical theory, history of science, mathematics, history of mathematics, computation, and philosophy, twentieth-century poetry, modernism, avant-garde, comparative media studies
Assistant professor, School of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Brasilia. Graduate program assistant director for Architectural History, Theory, and Criticism. Architectural historian, architect, and historic preservationist. Theory and criticism of classical architecture and its influence on 19th- and early 20th-century modernity. Digital documentation and analysis of historic sites and buildings.
Radio as history, including theory, criticism, and aesthetics as informed by scholarly and non-scholarly approaches.
Victorian literature and culture, feminist and critical theory, psychoanalysis, narratology, history of economics and science.
Shakespeare; Renaissance literature and culture; history of Shakespearean criticism; literature, religion, and warfare; Shakespeare on film
book history, digital humanities, new media, media archaeology, early modern literature and culture, creative/critical methods
Critically surveys the long premodern history of race and racism, colonization and imperialism, and globalism, across c. 1000-1500 CE.
Introduction to the edited volume “Bridges, Borders, and Breaks: History, Narrative, and Nation in Twenty-First-Century Chicana/o Literary Criticism.”
Early Modern London; Shakespeare; TEI; editing; textual criticism; book history; digital humanities; geohumanities; GIS; urban cartography