About Me

I am a writer, editor, and digital communications specialist with a PhD in the humanities. As a proponent of the public humanities, I believe that critical scholarship can be combined with accessible writing to spark informed public dialogue. My work aims to fuse literature, history, and criticism in a way that speaks to present-day debates regarding politics and ideology. My writing has appeared in Synapsis, Jacobin, and the Gotham blog, and I have presented at numerous academic conferences.

I am currently the audience engagement editor at Boston Review. Before that, I was a communications assistant at the Modern Language Association. I received my PhD in comparative literary studies from Northwestern University in 2019.