Within the vast field of 18th- and 19th-century British literature studies, my primary focus is on the intersection of literature and religion: the various manifestations and embodiments of religious themes and ideologies in the novels of the period. More broadly, I am interested in the novel as means for social change and moral reformation.
M.A., English, Boston University
B.S., English, Corban University
“Shaftesbury, Fielding, and the Question of Right Ridicule,” The Conference for Christianity and Literature, Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, March 2019.