My identity as a teacher-scholar is very important to me, as I constantly seek to reflect on and improve my own practice. Below are a few recent examples of my ongoing scholarship; please refer to my CV for the full list.
“Crafting and Conducting a Successful Socratic Seminar.” Blog post on Literacy and NCTE: The official blog of the National Council of Teachers of English, December 9, 2017.
"Navigating the Soundscape, Composing with Audio." Scholarly webtext in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy (with Tanya Rodrigue, Kate Artz, Julia Bennett, M.P. Carver, Danah Hashem, Anne Mooney, Michael Rand, Amy Zimmerman), August 2016.
"Tales of a Webtext with 10 Authors: Pedagogical Affordances of Digital Collaboration Tools." Digital pedagogy poster presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), April 2016.
"Survey Says...: Salem State Graduate Students Want and Need Writing Support." Published in Write to Learn, Learn to Write, Fall 2015.
Video clips of "Panoptic Youth: Patrick McCabe’s The Butcher Boy and American Teen Culture." Paper presented at Transatlantic Connections Conference 2, January 2015.
"'The Power of Her Voice': Music and Patriarchal Politics in Frances' Burney's Cecilia." Published in the undergraduate research journal Elements, Fall 2010.
"The Raven in the Frog Pond: Edgar Allan Poe and the City of Boston" exhibit. Boston Public Library, 2009-2010.