Link to Curriculum Vitae
- Ph.D. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
- M.A. California State University, Sacramento, California
- B.A. Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana
Courses taught in the Department of English and Creative Writing
- First-year Writing seminar topic: Exiles, Immigrants, and Nationalists
- First-year Writing seminar topic: Science, Fiction, and Culture
- Introduction to the Study of Literature
- Introduction to the Study of Film
- Eighteenth-century Satire
- Eighteenth-century Fiction
- Grammar and the Politics of the English Language
- Advanced Writing
- Senior Seminar
- Senior Workshop
Courses taught in the Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
- Social Justice Perspectives and Practices
“Crusoe’s Friday.” Inhabited by Stories. Ed. Nancy Barta-Smith and Danette Dimarco. New York: Cambridge Scholars P, 2012.
“Entering the Chaos of the Human Mind: The Clark Library’s Collection of Commonplace-books.” The Center and Clark Newsletter 52 (2010): 9-11.
"Layering Knowledge: Information Literacy as Critical Thinking in the Literature Classroom." with Kirilka Stavreva. Pedagogy 6.3 (2006): 435-452.
"The Journey from Graduate School to the Liberal Arts College, or I Wasn't Supposed to Get a Job." ADE Bulletin 138-139 (2005-2006): 76-81.
Book Review. The Bawdy Politic in Stuart England, 1660-1714: Political Pornography and Prostitution. By Melissa M. Mowry. Renaissance Quarterly 58 (2005): 1421-1422.
"Who Is Afraid of the Pardoner?" Journal x 5.1-2 (Autumn 2000-Spring 2001): 109-116.