Professor of English and Spanish. Mediterranean and transatlantic studies, literature and empire, transnationalism and literary history, race and religion in the early modern world.
Victorian and Modern literature; theories and histories of sexuality; British aestheticism (particularly Oscar Wilde and his circle), decadence, and Edwardian writing.
Old English, Middle English, Latin, and Anglo-Norman Literature; Paleography, codicology, and philology
History and theory of the novel; fictionality; Enlightenment philosophy; literature and science; realism and the marvelous; affect theory.
Head of Research Services at the Clark Library. Book history; manuscript marginalia; digital humanities; text encoding; Thomas Coryate and early modern travel writing
PhD candidate in the UCLA Department of Musicology and the Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate Program. Hip-hop and electronic dance music, popular music and technology, video games and multimedia art; sound studies.