PhD student, Emory University, Expected 2021; MA, Oregon State University, 2014; BA, Mount Angel Seminary, 2008
Victorian literature and medievalism, the intersection of literature and liturgy, and dialogical hermeneutics, with special emphasis on the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins and the thought of Martin Buber.
“Innovation: Integration of Random Variation and Creative Synthesis.” The Academy of Management Review 40.3 (2015): 461-64. (Co-authored with Jiyao Chen.)
“The Compromised Chronotope of Christminster: Hardy and Hopkins's Medieval Oxford.” Forthcoming in Postmedieval.
“The Compromised Chronotope of Christminster: Hardy and Hopkins’s Incarnate Past.” Paper presented at the International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2017, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
“‘Formed in Eternal Silence’: Creative Mystery in The Periodic Table.’ Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, November 2016, Atlanta, Georgia.
“‘Sorrow’s Springs are the Same’: Synoeciosis in Gerard Manley Hopkins’s ‘Spring and Fall.’” Paper presented at the Oregon State University MA Symposium, April 2014, Corvallis, Oregon.
“‘Betwixt the Meadow and the Cloud’: Liminality in the Poetry of Alfred Tennyson and C. P. Cavafy.” Paper presented at the California State University Worlds Between Conference, April 2013, Northridge, California.