I am an Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream) in the Department of English at the University of Toronto, where I specialize in Narrative Theory and Graduate Writing. I am also the Director of Graduate Writing Support in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Arts & Science.
My teaching focuses primarily on scholarly writing. Working with graduate students across Arts & Science, I run clinics, peer-review sessions and roundtables on writing strategies and skills. I also lead writing groups and camps designed to help graduate students begin, continue and finish their dissertations, articles, proposals and other documents. In the Department of English, I teach narrative theory and twentieth- and twenty-first century literature.
My research specializes in narratology, Literature & Science Studies, and modern and contemporary British and Irish fiction, though I have also published on American and Canadian literature, on Shakespeare, and on narrative in science communication.