I'm a PhD candidate in English at Harvard University, where my research focuses on early modern drama.
My work has appeared or is forthcoming in Shakespeare Studies, Shakespeare Survey, Notes and Queries, and Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation; I have also reviewed academic books for Shakespeare Bulletin and Renaissance Quarterly. I have presented papers at the Shakespeare Association of America Conference, British Shakespeare Association Conference, the Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, the Mahindra Humanities Center, and elsewhere. Beyond the academy, my writing has appeared in The Drift, Harvard Review, The Rambling, and Los Angeles Review of Books.
At Harvard, I have taught Humanities 10, an interdisciplinary first-year course that includes expository writing instruction. I have also co-coordinated the Renaissance Colloquium (2017-2020), managed the Child Memorial Library, and co-organized the Harvard-Yale Book History Conference (2018, 2019, 2020); I currently serve as Lead Colloquium Coordinator for the English department. With HarvardX, Harvard's open online education platform, I worked on the XSeries "Shakespeare's Outsiders," serving as lead curriculum developer for Shakespeare's Life and Work and Shakespeare's Othello: The Moor.
I was a 2020 Harvard Horizons Scholar and a 2020-2021 graduate fellow at the Villa I Tatti. In 2022, I was selected to present as a Next Generation Plenary speaker (NextGenPlen) at the Shakespeare Association of America Conference.
Before coming to Harvard, I received a Master's from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor's from Duke University.<embed>