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Associate Professor and Assistant Chair for the Department of English
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“Climate Change, Troubles Tourism, and the Politics of Worlding in Contemporary Northern Irish Literature.” Forthcoming in Textual Practice.
“Northern Irish Poetry.” The Cambridge History of Irish Poetry. Cambridge UP. Forthcoming.
“Everything / we husband is always shedding”: Intimacy, Distance, and the Politics of Migration in Ailbhe Darcy’s Insistence.” Irish Studies Review. 30.3: 280-97 (2022).
With Nolan Goetzinger, “Built Environments and Lived Ecologies in Contemporary Irish Poetry, 1998-Present.” Ed. Malcolm Sen. The Cambridge History of Irish Literature and the Environment, Cambridge UP (2021).
“Yes Scotland?: The Political Ecologies of the Scottish Borders in Walter Scott’s Minstrelsy
of the Scottish Border and Lay of the Last Minstrel and in Contemporary Scottish Poetry.” Scottish Literary Review 11.2: 81-99. (2019)
“Ciaran Carson’s Theory of Relativity.” Etudes Irlandaises 42.1: 123-38 (2017).
“The Entomological Imagination: Thomas Kinsella’s Insect Poems.” Irish University Review 47.2: 360-72 (2017).
“What We Talk About When We Talk About Intimacy.” Emotion, Space and Society 24: 25-32 (2016).
“Architectural Space in Windhoek, Namibia: Monumentalization, Fortification, Subversion.” Postmodern Culture 26.1 (2016).
“The Architectural Uncanny: An Essay in the Postcolonial Unhomely.” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 18.1: 86-106 (2016).
Postcolonial Overtures: The Politics of Sound in Contemporary Northern Irish Poetry. Syracuse University Press (2015).
UW College of Arts & Sciences Student Ambassadors’ Thumbs-Up Award, 2018
UW Distinguished Faculty Graduate Mentor Award, 2018