I'm originally from the northern California coast, and my husband and I have happily settled in rural west Georgia on a beautiful lake in the woods. I love pretty much anything involving the outdoors (especially backpacking in the mountains), discovering new music, dogs, and cooking.
At UWG, I specialize in 20th century British and postcolonial literatures. My research and teaching focus on intersections between disability, queerness, race, and feminism. I am currently writing a book on the afterlife of eugenics in transatlantic 20th century texts. In this project, I examine how literary depictions of current reproductive politics continue to be overshadowed by eugenics practices of sterilization, institutionalization, and other forms of reproductive control.
Education / Degrees
- B.A., Oberlin College, 2003
- M.A., Humboldt State University, 2008
- Ph.D., University of California, Davis, 2014