Assistant Professor of English
- PhD, Medieval English Literature, University of California, Los Angeles, 2012
- PhC, Medieval English Literature, University of California, Los Angeles, 2009
- MA, Medieval Rhetoric, Middle English, Old English, University of California, Los Angeles, 2007
- BA, English, University of California, Los Angeles, 2003
- The Inklings: J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis
- Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales and Dream Visions
- Shakespeare (Spring 2015)
- UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Affiliate
- Medieval Academy of America, GSC Committee Member 2007-2009
- Modern Language Association
- Alliterative Verse
- Digital Pedagogy
- Middle English Literature
- Reginald Pecock
- The Trivium (Rhetoric, Dialectic, Grammar)
- Vernacular Theology
- "Crowd-Sourcing and Exemplarity: Leveraging Student Literacies in the College Classroom." (Submitted for Review)
- "Parenting and the Academy." Medieval Academy of America Newsletter. August 2014.
- "Fidelity in Versification: Modern English Translations of Beowulf and Sir Gawain and the Green knight," Studies in the History of the English Language, Volume IV, 2008 (121-154).
- "Alliteration" and "Alliterative revival." International Encyclopedia for the Middle Ages, October 2006.
- 2014, "Fostering Study Skills Using Google Apps for Education." 3rd Annual Technology and Learning Conference.
- 2014, "An Orthodox Sect Vocabulary?: Reginald Pecock's English." 89th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America.
- 2013, "WAC/WID Implementation and Academic Literacy in Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs." 111th Annual Conference of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association.
- 2013, "Crowd-Sourcing and Exemplarity: Leveraging Student Literacy in the College Classroom." Pedagogical Approaches to Medieval and Early Modern Studies.
- 2008, "The Didactic Dispute in Middle English Poetry." 14th International Medieval Congress.
- 2008, "Wheeling and Dealing in the Middle English Lives of Saint Katherine of Alexandria." 43rd International Congress on Medieval Studies.
- 2006, "Defining e/Ecclesia in Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People." 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies.
- 2005, "A Foreign Verse Line in a Native Tongue." 11th Associtation of Literary Scholars and Critics.
- 2005, "Beowulf: Fidelity in Versification." 4th Studies in the History of the English Language.