B.A., Northwestern University
M.A., University of Chicago
Ph.D., University of Michigan
AREAS OF TEACHING:
Early Modern British Literature, Freshman English
British Literature Survey I, Shakespeare, Enlightenment and Empire, Critical Writing in the Field of English, Multicultural Literature, Freshman English
“Penelope Aubin’s Novels Reconsidered: The Barbary Captivity Narrative and Christian Ecumenism in Early Eighteenth-Century Britain.” Eighteenth-Century Novel (40 ms. pages, 2009).
“Maria Edgeworth’s The Grateful Negro: A Site for Rewriting Rebellion.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction (October 2003): 103-126. Rpt. in Short Story Criticism, Vol. 86 (2006): 146-57.
“The Shifting Landscape of Asian American Drama.” Facts on File: Companion to American Drama, ed. Jackson R. Bryer and Mary C. Hartig (2004): 34-38.
“Elizabeth Wong: Playwright of Response.” Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 266: Twentieth-Century American Dramatists (2003): 306-16.
“Race Sells: Racialized Trade Cards in Eighteenth-Century Britain.” Journal of Material Culture 7.2 (July 2002): 137-65.
“Complicating ‘Complicity/Resistance’ in Janet Schaw’s Journal of a Lady of Quality.” a/b: Autobiography Studies 12.2 (Fall 1997): 166-87.