Catholic University of Eichstaett, Germany, Adjunct Instructor, 2005-2006.
EN 110 A, American Ethnic Literature
EN 300 VC, Advanced Composition
EN 300 VD, Advanced Composition
EN 300 VG, Advanced Composition
EN 300 VH, Advanced Composition
EN 330 A, American Lit I
EN 332 A, Lit Of American West
Nineteenth-century American literature and print culture, especially of the antebellum era and Civil War; periodical literature; history of the book; women's literature; Digital Humanities; American ethnic literature; transatlantic literary studies and translation studies.
Campus Content Manager for the English Department website; member of the WU Diversity Initiative; English Department literature emphasis committee; member of the International Center at WU.
"'Reading the List:' Casualty Lists and Civil War Poetry," ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance (Forthcoming in Spring 2013).
Politics of Humor: Max Cohnheim’s Columbia (1863-1873), a German
Newspaper in the Nation’s Capital,"
A Journal of History, Criticism, & Bibliography
19.1 (Spring 2009): 21-48.
Newly-Discovered Translation of Louisa May Alcott’s 'My Contraband' in a German
American Newspaper," New England Quarterly 81.4 (December
Chapter on Civil War literature in Civil War America: A Social and Cultural History, edited by Maggi Morehouse and Zoe Trodd. London: Routledge, October 2012.
'Great Army of Letters': Letter Writing and Patriotic Duty in Women’s
Literature of the Civil War." Fifth Conference of the Society for the
Study of American Women Writers (SSAWW), Denver, October 10-13, 2012.
Readers, and the Reception of Victor Hugo’s Les
Civil War America." American Literature Association (ALA) Conference,
San Francisco, May 25-28, 2012.
Letters, Absent Bodies, and the Uncertainty of (Re-)Union: Representations of
Letter Reading in American
Literature of the Civil War." Reception Study Society (RSS) Conference,
Maryville, MO, September 2011.