My research investigates early modern women's engagement with various aspects of early globalization. Looking closely at travel patterns, women's labor in long-distance commodity chains, and the impact of commodities, ideas and knowledges both from and concerning the world outside of Europe on English women's lives, I'm interested in how women implicitly and explicilty engage in a kind of "global thinking" in their texts and textiles.
M.A. in Literary and Cultural Studies, Carnegie Mellon University, 2013
B.S. in English w/ Minor in Creative Writing, SUNY College at Oneonta, 2012