Here you may information on my current classes, upcoming projects, research activities, and events. Please feel free to contact me with questions: email or phone: 978.934.4095
This semester I am teaching
For information on the 2016 Shakespeare Abroad Program this summer, please go here.
Research and Events:
My Ph.D. is in early modern literature, and I research sixteenth century poetry’s uses of history and classical literature. Currently I have essays forthcoming in edited collections and have presented my work at a number of national and international conferences. This year I am an organizing faculty member of the New Hampshire hosting of the First Folio event at the Currier Museum, and I will participate this summer in the World Shakespeare Congress in England. My current book project explores Ovidian poetry during the last fifteen years of Queen Elizabeth’s reign as a method to reevaluate political uses of the past and to challenge paradigmatic historiography.