On Public Education

In Defense of the Classroom: Understanding the Kind of Learning that Only Takes Place in Person.” New York Daily News. 14 May 2020.

“Where the Hallway Leads.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. Diversity in Academe Special Issue. 28 October 2013: C34-35.

“Standardizing Tests and Individuals.” Idiom: The New York State TESOL Journal (Fall 2014): 29-30.

On United States Literature


Children of the Raven and the Whale: Visions and Revisions in American Literature (University of Virginia Press, 2019)

Domesticity and Design in American Women’s Lives and Literature: Stowe, Alcott, Cather, and Wharton Writing Home (Routledge, 2011)

Articles & Book Chapters

“Modernism Delayed, Not Denied: Wharton, Hemingway, and Scribner’s Magazine.” Wharton, Hemingway, and the Advent of Modernism. Ed. Lisa Tyler. Louisiana State University Press, 2018.

“Shut Not Your Doors to Me, Proud Libraries!”: The Repatriation of Edith Wharton’s Library.” From Page to Place: American Literary Tourism and the Afterlives of Authors. Ed. Hilary Iris Lowe and Jennifer Harris. University of Massachusetts Press, 2017.

“New York Unearthed: 9/11, Let the Great World Spin, and the Archaeology of Grief.” The City Since 9/11: Literature, Film, Culture. Ed. Keith Wilhite. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2015.

“Not Even New York Was Enough to Lighten Her Mood:” Teaching St. Herbert—A Tale in Brooklyn. COMMON-PLACE 15.2 (Winter 2015).

“A Moveable Self: Edith Wharton’s Library and Its Return to The Mount.” The Edith Wharton Review 30.2: (Fall 2014): 1-16.

“A Walker in the City: Lee’s Native Speaker, Lethem’s Motherless Brooklyn, and Whitman’s Cartographic Legacy.” Studies in American Culture 36.1 (October 2013): 29-54.

“Taking Up Thoreau’s Pencil: A Luddite Explores Uses of Technology in the American Literature Classroom.” Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice. Summer 2011 (4:4): 77-82.

“Mens Sana in Corpore Sano: Implementing and Evaluating Writing Across the Curriculum Strategies in Physical Education.” The Physical Educator. Winter 2009(4): 170-179.

“Chintz Goes to War: Edith Wharton’s Revised Designs for Home and Homefront.” The Edith Wharton Review 23.2 (Spring 2007): 8-13.

“The Other American Kitchen: Alternative Domesticity in 1950s Politics, Design, and Fiction.” Americana: The Journal of American Popular Culture. 3.2 (Fall 2004).

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