Graduate Instructor, University Writing Program
MPhil, Trinity College Dublin
BA, Georgia Southern University
My work focuses on the literature and thought of the early twentieth century. Primary authors include Conrad, Huxley, Orwell, and particularly Beckett. I also conduct research on the evolution of privacy, surveillance, and censorship laws throughout the century.
Recent Scholarly Activity
“Surveillance, Modernism, and the Everyday.” Modernist Studies Association Conference.
October 2018, Columbus, OH.
“The Project of Resistance in Beckett’s Trilogy.” American Conference for Irish Studies.
June 2018, University College Cork.
“‘Bad Politics and Bad Art:’ John Banville’s Novels as Quest for the Individual.”
American Conference for Irish Studies. March 2017, University of Missouri-Kansas City.
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