My research interests are focused on 19th century histories of British empire, the history of aesthetic theory, and the intersection of both in the realist novel. I hope to build an argument that details the imbrication of the production of space that is achieved through aesthetic strategies of narrative description, and the placemaking dynamics of imperial expansion. My thinking is also informed by the history of enclosure and agricultural improvement, theories of landscape architecture, and Marxist conceptualizations of the world system.
"Enclosure" Victorian Literature and Culture, vol. 46, no. 3-4, (2018): 672–675.
"Conducting Narrative: Pati Hill's Men and Women in Sleeping Cars." Pati Hill Photocopier: A Survey of Prints and Books, Arcadia University Art Gallery, (2017): 148-151
Review of Nathan K. Hensley, Forms of Empire: The Poetics of Victorian Sovereignty (Oxford UP, 2016), V21 Collations: Book Forum (May, 2017)
The Collective Problem of History Presentism and/as Critique: Graduate Students Respond to V21 Special Issue of B20, (January, 2017)
Review of Anna Kornbluh, Realizing Capital: Financial and Psychic Economies in Victorian Form (Fordham UP, 2014), Textual Practice 30.6 (2016): 1138-1142