Education and Graduate Courses

Cultural Studies PhD - George Mason University (in progress)
English M.A. - The Pennsylvania State University (2008)
English B.A. - Marymount University (2006)
General Studies A.S. - Northern Virginia Community College (2003)
Liberal Arts A.A. - Northern Virginia Community College (2002)
 
 
Courses taken at George Mason University:

Spring 2017
  • ENGH 726: Public Rhetorics
Fall 2016
  • CULT 818: Social Institutions
  • CULT 860: What is Politics? 

Spring 2016
  • CULT 810: Political Economy
  • CULT 860: Critical Ethnography

Fall 2015
  • CULT 806: Research Seminar in Cultural Studies
  • CULT 860: Social Control after Foucault
  • CULT 808: Colloquium (3 of 3)
Spring 2015:
  • CULT 804: Histories of Cultural Studies II
  • CULT 812: Visual Culture
  • CULT 808: Colloquium (2 of 3)
Fall 2014:
  • CULT 802: Histories of Cultural Studies
  • CULT 808: Colloquium (1 of 3)
Before 2012 (for fun!): 
  • ENGL 591: Latin American Folklore - Dr. Debra Lattanzi Shutika (Spring 2011)
  • ENGL 685: American Short Stories - Prof. Roger Lathbury (Summer 2010)
  • ENGL 503: Theory and Practice of Editing - Prof. Roger Lathbury (Fall 2009) 
  • ENGL 513: 1890s Decadents: Oscar Wilde and Company - Prof. Roger Lathbury (Summer 2009)


Courses taken at The Pennsylvania State University: 

Spring 2008

  • ENGL 548 - Shakespeare - Dr. Garrett Sullivan
  • CSA 597A - Foundations of Academic Advising - Dr. Eric C. White & Dr. Linda Higginson
  • ENGL 487W - The Sonnet - Dr. Emily Harrington

Fall 2007

  • ENGL 597B - Historicisms - Dr. Robert D. Hume
  • ENGL 562 - Reconstructing the 19th Century - Dr. Lisa Sternlieb 
  • ENGL 577 - Contemporary  Literature - Dr. Kathryn Hume

Spring 2007

  • ENGL 564, Nineteenth Century American Literature - Dr. Hester Blum
  • ENGL 584, Concepts of Literacy - Dr. Elaine Richardson
  • ENGL 597C, Goth to Gothic - Dr. Sandford Schwartz

Fall 2006

  • ENGL 501, Materials and Methods of Research - Dr. Paul Youngquist
  • ENGL 550, Proseminar: British Literature 1660-1800 - Dr. Robert Hume
  • ENGL 562, Theorizing the British Fin de Siecle - Dr. Rachel Teukoslky