Lecturer; Assistant Director, Skidmore Writing Center
Office: Palamountain 315
B.A., Barnard College
M.A.L.S., Skidmore College
Teaching and Research Interests
- Nonfiction and personal essays
- Memory and narrative
- Comparative literature of absurdity
- Film studies and film adaptation
- Portrayals of mental illness in literature and history
- Stylistics and grammar
- EN 105: Everything Is Relatives
- LS1: Human Dilemmas
- EN 213: Poetry
- EN 105H: Sanity and Madness
- EN 105H: The Land of Absurdity
- EN 228: Fiction into Film
- EN 219: Nonfiction
- Master’s seminar (Skidmore MALS program, July 2010): Memory’s Mirrors
- “In Rehearsal,” personal essay, The Georgia Review 63.4 (Winter 2009).
- “My Versions of You,” personal essay, The Truth about the Fact 2.1 (Spring 2007).
- “Waking to the Night: Proust’s Dream Theater.” Marcel Proust Aujourd’hui 2 (2006).
- “A Basic Grammar of Love,” poem, Poetry East 53 (2005).
- “The Morpheus Arms,” poem, Clackamas Literary Review 8 (2004).
- “On the One Thousand and Third Night,” by Abelkebir Khatibi, translation from French, Review of the Center for the Studies of the Literatures and Arts of North Africa (CELAAN) 2.3 (2004).
- Double Vision, fiction (White Eagle Coffee Store Press, 2004).