Princeton University, Ph.D. (Literature), A.B., cum laude (English and European Cultural Studies)

Johns Hopkins University, M.A. (Fiction Writing)


MICA, Humanistic Studies Faculty (1996-Present)

Interests: American, British, Irish, and Continental Modernism between 1860-1950), environmental literature, the fin de siecle, Victorian novel, narrative illustration, and the artist's journal.

Publications and Recognition

Sullivan Prize for Scholarship, Ezra Pound

Princeton University Presidential Fellowship 

Johns Hopkins University, Writing Fellowship 

Hagiwara in the Context of His Translators and Western Literary Modernism, The Rat's Nest 

The Advantages of Barbaraism: Conrad's Most Unsuitable Grounds for the Duel(s), L'Epoque Conradienne 

Pound's Ideogrammic Legacy, Paideuma 


Joel Fuhrman, Eat to Live

Joel Fuhrman, Super Immunity



Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Kids, Advisor, Volunteer (2010-Present)

Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, Advisory Council Board (2008-14)

Maryland Institute College of Art, Mixed Media Lecture Series Coordinator (1999-2000)

Academic Excellence Scholarship Committee, Co-Chair (1997-2003)

Baltimore Museum of Art, Volunteer, Fundraiser

Squash, US Squash Level II Certified Coach 


French, Spanish, Italian