Curriculum Vitae

ACADEMIC POSITION

Emory University

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of English, 2016-2017

Lecturer in Poetry, Creative Writing Program, 2015-2017

EDUCATION

Emory University

Ph.D. in English, May 2016

Boston University

M.F.A. in Creative Writing (Poetry), August 2008

Harvard University

A.B. cum laude in History and Literature (honors thesis, magna cum laude), June 2005

CREATIVE & RESEARCH INTERESTS

Creative writing; poetry and poetics; British and Irish literature; twentieth century Anglophone poetry; theories of metaphor; memory studies; war poetry; translation theory; French and Francophone literature

PUBLICATIONS

Poetry Book

The Borrowed World. Winner of the Able Muse Book Award. San Jose, CA: Able

Muse Press, July 2016.

Poetry in Periodicals

Blackbird (November 2015); Southwest Review 100:2 (Spring 2015); Iron Horse Literary Review 17:2 (April 2015); Unsplendid 5.3 + 6.1 (July 2014) and 2:2 (2009); The Raintown Review 11:1 (February 2013) and 10:2 (February 2012); New Ohio Review Issue 12 (Fall 2012); Harvard Divinity Bulletin 40.3-4 (Fall 2012);     South Loop Review Vol. 12 (2012); Able Muse Issue 11 (Summer 2011); Sewanee Theological Review 55:2 (Spring 2012); Measure 4:2 (2009); Literary Imagination 12:1 (2010)

Selected Prose

“Traveling Figures and Figures of Travel in the ‘The Arkansas Testament’: Derek

Walcott’s Quarrel with the American South.” The Global South 10:1 (Spring 2017): 85-106.

 “Anthony Hecht’s Little Book.” The Hopkins Review 7:3 (Summer 2014): 336-345.

 “Poet in Profile: Natasha Trethewey: Poem Analysis of ‘Give and Take.’” The Journal

        of Humanities in Rehabilitation 1:2 (Summer 2015).

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Visiting Assistant Professor, Emory University

ENG CW 371 (Intermediate Poetry)                                                            Spring 2017

ENG 399R (Independent Study: Contemporary American Poetry)              Spring 2017

ENG CW 271 (Introduction to Poetry Writing)                                             Spring 2017

ENG 101 (Metaphors in Our Lives)                                                              Spring 2017

ENG CW 271 (Introduction to Poetry Writing): Workshop                            Fall 2016

ENG 101-017 (Expository Writing): Metaphors in Our Lives                         Fall 2016

Lecturer and Instructor, Emory University

 PRECOL P0920 PC (Introduction to Creative Writing): Lecture                  July 2016

RES 999 UCOL (Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory): Workshop      Summer 2016

SIRE 299R (Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory): Workshop              2015-2016

ENG CW 271 (Introduction to Poetry Writing): Workshop                           Spring 2016

ENG CW 271 (Introduction to Poetry Writing): Workshop                           Fall 2015

ENGCW 271 (Introduction to Poetry Writing): Workshop                            Spring 2015

ENG 205 (Introduction to Poetry): Memory & The Lyric                               Fall 2014

ENG 181 (Writing About Literature): Literature of Self-Discovery                 Spring 2013

ENG 101 (Expository Writing): Writing about War in the 20th Century          Fall 2012

Instructor, Boston University

ENG 202 (Introduction to Creative Writing)                                                 Spring 2008

Teaching Assistantships, Emory University

ENG 256: British Literature Since 1660                                                      Spring 2012

ENG 255: British Literature Before 1660                                                     Fall 2011

English and Creative Writing Teacher,                                                   2008-2010

National Cathedral School, Washington, D.C.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS, TALKS, AND READINGS

Metaphor, Measurement, and Poetic Limits: Sinéad Morrissey’s Parallax (2013).” Southern Chapter of American Conference for Irish Studies. Lexington, KY, March 2017.

Reader, “The Art of Anger.” Global and Postcolonial Studies, Department of English, Emory University, February 2017.

Reader, “Here and Elsewhere.” 2016 Atlanta Journal Constitution Decatur Book Festival, September 2016.

“Eavan Boland’s Infinite Ireland: Women, History, and the Imaginary List.” Southern Chapter of American Conference for Irish Studies. Atlanta, GA, April 2016.

Reader, ACLA Poetry Panel. American Comparative Literature Association. Cambridge, MA, March 2016.

Presenter and panel organizer, “‘Cold Philosophy’: Poetry, Poetics, and the Sciences.”

American Comparative Literature Association. Cambridge, MA, March 2016.

Reader and panelist, Tennessee Williams / New Orleans Literary Festival. New Orleans, LA, March 2015.

“Seamus Heaney: The Place of Writing.” American Conference of Irish Studies. Fort Lauderdale, FL, March 2015.

 

Invited talk with Geraldine Higgins, “Seamus Heaney: The Place of Writing.” Emory University Library and the Department of English, September 2014.

Panelist and presenter, “‘What Instruments We Have Agree: Remembering Poetry.”

Graduate Recruitment Colloquium, Department of English, February 2014.

“My Twin, My Brother: T.S. Eliot, Charles Baudelaire, and the Moral Imagination.” T.S. Eliot 34th Annual Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri, September 2012.

“Lists that Remember: Memorialization in Michael Longley and Eavan Boland.” American Conference of Irish Studies. New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2012.

Presenter, “Composing Poetry in an Academic Setting: Critical and Evaluative Approaches.” Graduate Student Colloquy, Department of English, Emory University, March 2012.

“Accursed Poets: Translating Baudelaire and his Followers.” Southeastern Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA, November 2011.

Graduate Students Poetry Circle. Southeastern Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA, November 2011.

ARCHIVAL AND CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE

The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University

 Researcher for The Digital Danowski project                                               2014-2015

 Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL), Emory University Libraries

Curatorial Assistant for exhibition “Seamus Heaney: The                            2013-2014 Music Of What Happens”

EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

Editorial Assistant for Poetry Editor, The Atlantic                                        2007-2008

Editorial Assistant, Palgrave Macmillan, St. Martin’s Press                         2005-2006

Columbia Publishing Course, Columbia                                                     Summer 2005 University, Graduate School of Journalism

HONORS AND AWARDS

Grand Prize (Poetry), Tennessee Williams /                                                  March 2015 New Orleans Literary Festival

Finalist, Morton Marr Prize for Poetry,                                                         Winter 2014 Southwest Review                               

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Fellowship,                                     2010-2015 Emory University

Tuition Bursary, The T.S. Eliot Summer School,                                           July 2011 London, England

MFA Scholarship, Sewanee Writers’ Conference                                          July 2008

Harvard College Research Program Grant, Harvard University                     Summer 2004

SERVICE

Visiting Poet for National Poetry Month, George Walton Academy, Monroe, Georgia, April 2016.

Curatorial Guide, leading tours of the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library’s exhibition in conjunction with Irish Studies, “Seamus Heaney: The Music of What Happens,” February 2014-2015.

Coordinator, Emory Graduate Student Colloquy events, Fall 2013-Spring 2014.

First-Year Graduate Student Mentor, Emory University Department of English, 2012-2016.

LANGUAGES

French (proficient)

REFERENCES

Available upon request

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