Animal Studies Instructor
- Ph. D., American Literature, Vanderbilt University
- M.A., American Literature, Vanderbilt University
- B.A., English & Creative Writing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Climate Futures in Fiction and Film
- Imagining Justice
- Writing the Animal
- “John Muir Comes To Florida, Almost Dies, and Writes a Book About It.” Forthcoming in The Journal of Florida Studies, Spring 2021.
- “Gators.” Salt Creek: Nature, Community, and Place in South St. Petersburg. Ed. Hannah Gorski, Alison Hardage, and Michelle Sonnenburg. University of South Florida St. Petersburg. 2017.
- “Classroom Ecotones: Connecting Place-Based Pedagogy and Blended Learning.” Written with Dr. Carmel Price, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Michigan-Dearborn. Interdiscip
linary Studies in Literature and the Environment. 23.2 (Summer 2016).
- “Sister Classrooms: Blogging Across Disciplines and Campuses.” Written with Dr. Carmel Price, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Michigan- Dearborn. Web Writing: Why & How For Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning. University of Michigan Press. 2015.
- “Giant Ants and Shrinking Men: Domesticating Technology in The Incredible Shrinking Man.” Reading Richard Matheson: A Critical Survey. Scarecrow Press. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 2014.
- “Wonders with the Sea: Rachel Carson’s Ecological Aesthetic and the Mid-Century Reader.” Environmental Humanities. Volume 2. Spring 2013.