Curator for American and British Literature
As the subject specialist for British and American literature, I collect materials in all formats on topics related to literature and drama in English. I also provide research support for faculty and students doing research on literary topics.
- MLS, Simmons College, Graduate School of Library and Information Science
- PhD, English, Brown University
- MA, English, Brown University
- BA, English, Boston College
American Library Association
Literatures in English Section (LES), ACRL
Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS), ACRL
"Mystery and Detective Fiction" and "General Fiction". Magazines for Libraries 2014. Ed. Cheryl LaGuardia. ProQuest, 2013.
“Gazing on Fu-Manchu: The Power of Obscurity in the Work of Sax Rohmer and Virginia Woolf.” Studies in Popular Culture. 31:1 (Fall 2008), 81-98.
“Bestsellers by Clive Bloom.” Journal of Popular Culture. 37 (May 2004): 748.
More about me
Before coming to Stanford, I was a selector for Widener and Lamont Libraries at Harvard University. Prior to that, I selected archival and special collections materials for the Open Collections Program, a digitization program at Harvard University Library. I also served as a Lecturer in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Harvard University.