Ph.D., Literature and Criticism, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.A., Literature, University of New Hampshire
B.A., English and French, Grove City College
American Literatures, Introduction to Literature, Composition, Law and Literature, Women Writers, American Studies, Protest Literature, the Transatlantic Novel, Digital Humanities
Early American Literatures and Cultures, Women Writers, Law and Literature, Intermediality, Visual Culture, Literature of the Civil War Era, Interdisciplinary Scholarship and Pedagogy
“Iconoclasm, Parody, and the Provocations of Lydia Maria Child’s A Romance of the Republic.” Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 31.2 (2014): 207-235.
Teaching Law and Literature. Edited by Austin Sarat, Cathrine O. Frank, and Matthew Anderson. Studies in the Humanities 39-40.1-2 (2012-2013): 306-11.
With M. E. Harrison. Literacy & Performance: The Proceedings of the 2007 EAPSU Annual Conference. 2008.