Medieval Studies, Premodern Critical Race Theory, Critical Mixed Race Studies, Fairy, Liminality
University of Chicago, English Language and Literature, AB'17
Awards and Honors
Martha W. and Richard Melman Fellowship, 2019-2020
- ENGL 216: Legends of King Arthur (crosslisted CWL 216, MDVL 216)
- BTW 250: Principles of Business Communication
- RHET 105: Writing and Research
Additional Campus Affiliations
Program in Medieval Studies
- “Mandeville.” Catalogue entry. In Seeing Race Before Race: Visual Culture and the Racial Matrix in the Pre-Modern World. ed. Noémie Ndiaye and Lia Markey. ACMRS Press, 2023. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same title, organized by and presented at the Newberry Library, 2023.
CONFERENCE PAPERS AND WORKSHOPS
- “Making Mermaids: Early Modern (Re)writings of Eve and Mary.” Attending to Women, 1100-1800: Performance, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, September 30 – October 1, 2022. (Co-led with Cassidy Short)
- “Race in Fairy Descent: Mélusine and her Afterlives.” Center for Fantasy and the Fantastic, Once and Future Fantasies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, July 13-17, 2022.
- “Fairy Fruit in India and the British Isles: Mandeville’s Orientalist Mirroring in the Cotton Manuscript.” 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 9-14, 2022.
- “Recognizing Race through Sir Orfeo’s Uncanny Fairy Other.” Medieval Studies Student Association, Redefining the Middle Ages, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, March 11-12, 2021.
- “The Constance of Race: Religious Racialization in The Man of Law's Tale.” New England Medieval Studies Consortium, Illuminating Hidden Figures: Difference and Diversity in the Middle Ages, Brown University, Providence, RI, March 16-17, 2018.