I am an associate professor of medieval literature at Ohio University, where I’ve taught in the English Department since Fall 2013.

I received my MA (2005), MPhil (2008) and PhD (2013) from Columbia University.  I received my BA from Wake Forest University in 2004, where I graduated magna cum laude with departmental honors in English and History.

My writing has appeared in Review of English Studies, The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Literature Compass, and Postmedieval.  I am co-editor, with Jonathan Hsy and A.B. Kraebel, of a special issue of Postmedieval titled “Speaking Across Tongues.” I have written for In the Middle, a co-authored medieval studies blog, since 2007. My first monograph, Translation Effects: Language, Time, and Community in Medieval England was published in the Ohio State University Press Interventions series in July 2021.

My work has received grants from Wake Forest University, Columbia University, Ohio University, the Medieval Academy of America, and the Whiting Foundation.