Associate Professor, Teaching Stream (SGS)
Office Phone: 416-946-7558
Office Location: room 310, 63 St. George St.
Office Hours and/or Leave Status: JHB630
Teaching and Research Interests: Early modern literature, New Economic Criticism, Graduate Academic Writing, Citational Practices.
Degrees: BA honours Second Language Teaching (University of Ottawa), BA honours English (U of O) MA, PhD English (University of Toronto).
Shakespeare and the Economic Imperative: “What’s aught but as ‘tis valued?” New York: Routledge, 2008.
“Harnessing Sources in the Humanities: A Corpus-based Investigation of Citation Practices in English Literary Studies.” The Canadian Journal for Studies of Discourse and Writing Vol. 29, 2019.
“Graduate student writers: Assessing needs across the ‘linguistic divide’.”Writing & Pedagogy 7(1), Spring 2015. 69-93. Co-authored with Rachael Cayley.
“Taking Stock of Shakespeare and the New Economic Criticism,” Shakespeare: The Journal of the British Shakespeare Association, Volume 8: No 1 (2012).
“Reconciling the Two Timons: Shakespeare’s Philanthropist and Middleton’s Prodigal,” Shakespearean Criticism Vol. 127, Ed. Michelle Lee, Detroit : Gale, Cengage
“Money Changes Everything: Quarto and Folio The Merry Wives of Windsor and the Case for Revision,” Comparative Drama Volume 24: No 2 (Summer 2006).