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- Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis, 2008
English and American Literature
- M.A., Washington University in St. Louis, 2001
English and American Literature
- B.A., Mount Holyoke College, 1999
- Post-1945 American Literature
- Digital Humanities, New Media and Technology
- Archival Studies
- Film Studies
- American Culture
- Cultural Geography
- The Cold War
- Counterculture Movements
- Law and Literature
- “Special Issue on the Works of Don DeLillo,” Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon, 4(2). Invited Guest Editor (May 2016).
- "Introduction: On Influence." Orbit: Writing around Pynchon, 4(2): 1, pp. 1–11, DOI: 10.16995/orbit.198
- “‘Freud is finished, Einstein’s next’: Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis, Chaos Theory, and Quantum Physics.” Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon 4(2): 7, pp. 1–28, DOI: 10.16995/orbit.196
- "Review Essay: Fort Marion Prisoners and the Trauma of Native Education and Report to the Department of the Interior: Poems (Diane Glancy)." Transmotion. 1.2 (2015).
- “Piecing together the Puzzle: the Manuscripts of James Merrill’s ‘Lost in Translation,’” North Dakota Quarterly. 79.1 Winter 2012 (published Spring 2014): 79-89.
- “I’m Only Just Starting to Look”: Media, Art, and Literature after 9/11,” Transatlantic Literature and Culture After 9/11: The Wrong Side of Paradise. Ed. Kristine A. Miller. New York: Palgrave, 2014.
- “William Gaddis’s Immortality: Celebration, Cartoon, or Corruption?,” Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon. 2.1 (2013): [np]. https://orbit.openlibhums.org/article/doi/10.7766/orbit.v2.1.66/
- William Gaddis, "The Last of Something:" Critical Essays. Co-editor. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010.
- In the Talking Leaves: Diane Glancy's Reclamation of Voice and Archives," The Salt Companion to Diane Glancy. Ed. James Mackay. Cambridge, UK: Salt Publishing, 2010.
- "Valuable Dregs: William Gaddis, the Life of an Artist," Paper Empire: William Gaddis and the World System. Eds. Joseph Tabbi and Rone Shavers. Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2007.
- "Three Early Stories by William Gaddis," The Missouri Review. 27.2 (2004): 92-95.
Selected Digital Collections
- "UND Writers Conference Digital Collection." Project Director. University of North Dakota Chester Fritz Library. Grand Forks, North Dakota. Available at http://digital.undwritersconference.org (under development)
- "Diane Glancy." Creator. University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota. Available at http://www.dianeglancy.org (currently being migrated; under development)
- "The Elizabeth Barrett Browning Project." Technical Editor. Sandra Donaldson, General Editor. University of North Dakota. Grand Forks, North Dakota. Funded by an NEH Scholarly Editions Grant. (currently being migrated; under development)
- "Nuremberg Trial Transcripts: Nazi Occupation of Norway." Editor. University of North Dakota Chester Fritz Library. Grand Forks, North Dakota. Available at https://commons.und.edu/nuremburg-transcripts/
- "The Revised Dred Scott Case Collection." Washington University Digital Libraries. St. Louis, Missouri. Available at http://digital.wustl.edu/d/dre/index.html
Courses Recently Taught
- Engl 521 Studies in American Literature: Satire after 9/11
- Engl 521 Studies in American Literature: American Postmodernism
- Engl 428 Digital Humanities
- Engl 415 Special Topics in Literature: The American 1950s & 60s
- Engl 415 Special Topics in Literature: Law and Literature
- Engl 415 Special Topics in Literature: Suburban Scrawl, Later 20th Century American Fiction
- Engl 407 Studies in 20th Century Literature: Hypertexts and New Media
- Engl 369 Literature and Culture: Science / Fiction
- Engl 320 Studies in American Fiction: Literature after 9/11
- Engl 304 American Literature Survey II
- Engl 271 Reading and Writing about Texts
- Engl 227 Introduction to Literature and Culture: American '60s
- Engl 225 Introduction to Film: American Counterculture and Cult Classics