I am the technical development lead and co-editor of the Hoccleve Archive, a collection of resources for study of the life and works of fifteenth-century poet Thomas Hoccleve. Recent collaborations with students include and


I hold a JD and a PhD, both from the University of Georgia. I received my undergraduate degree, a BA in English, from Newcomb College of Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana.


My research interests include law and literature, multimodal and digital rhetoric, and the digital humanities. My work has appeared in Shakespeare Bulletin, Digital Humanities Quarterly, Law, Culture and the Humanities, and Hybrid Pedagogy: A digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology.


My pedagogy focuses on increasing students’ intellectual and social agency by helping them to develop their contextual awareness, analytical reasoning abilities, and their digital and media literacy.

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