PhD Candidate, Queen’s
Office: Watson 528
Office Hours: Wednesday 1:00–2:00, Thursday 2:30–3:30
Restoration and eighteenth-century poetry, satire, politics, Print Culture, Globalization, Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, John Oldmixon, and John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester.
- “ ‘If I Appear to Any One Like a Counterfeit’: Liminality in Rochester’s Alexander Bendo’s Brochure,” Restoration (2008): 3–17. Print.
- “ ‘Eating Away the Frame’: Resistance to Neoliberalism in Laura Elrick’s Fantasies in Permeable Structures,” rev. of Fantasies in Permeable Structures by Laura Elrick, West Coast Line 56 (2008): 83–85. Print.
My time is currently taken up with researching and writing a dissertation on Alexander Pope’s notes in his published works, but when I am avoiding that particular albatross I like to follow contemporary politics, read bad S/F, and watch British television.