About

I am currently writing my MA thesis in Literary Studies at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA. My research focuses on British, American, and German Romanticism, specifically the movements’ engagement with natural history, theology, and philosophy. My other research interests include Victorian literature, the Oxford Inklings, and 19th-century botanical studies.

At Bucknell, I work as an teaching and research assistant and a tutor for the British and American Literature Lab. I am also an assistant for the Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships and serve as the coordinator and founder of the Shakespeare Society at Bucknell. 

I have presented my research at several international conferences, such as the Friends of Coleridge Coleridge, the Wordsworth Summer Conference, the British Society of Eighteenth Century Studies annual conference, and I’m the recent winner of the Romanticism Association’s Best Paper Award for my conference paper on Novalis and apophatic theology. My writings will soon be featured in the Journal of Romanticism, the Coleridge Bulletin, and the Journal of Scottish Thought.