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.

For more about my work and research, please see my CV and my Writing Support page.