I am a generalist in English studies with an expertise in queer theory and literature, with a particular emphasis on late 19th and 20th century American literature. In addition to my literary studies, I have also completed coursework and research in Rhetoric and Composition, as well as practical pedagogies and higher education. Over the last six years, I have taught courses in literature, writing, rhetoric, and research.
Ball State University, 2020 (expected)
Dissertation: From Codes to Communities: Establishing Communities and Recovering Identities through Queer Sexological Discourse
Indiana University Kokomo, 2014
Thesis: A Queer Golden Age: Negotiating Influences of Advocacy, Community, and Heteronormativity in Queer Television Narratives
Indiana University Kokomo, 2012
Capstone: Feminism in Modern Myth: An Exploration of Girl Power in Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer