RESEARCH INTERESTS
French literature and media; technology; critical and literary theory; political economy.

EDUCATION
2021 (expected)
PhD, Comparative Literature
Cornell University
Dissertation: “Noise Index: Cybernetic Poiesis in Postwar France”

2018
MA, Comparative Literature
Cornell University

2013
MA, French Language & Civilization
New York University (Paris)
Mémoire: “La politique du style : Perec et les sociétés narratives du 20e siècle”

2011
BA, Comparative Literature (magna cum laude, honors)
University of Southern California
Thesis: “Rockets of Babel: War & Technology in Gravity’s Rainbow


PUBLICATIONS
“Digital Index: Control Poetics in Die Maschine,” symplokē,  28: 1-2, ‘Control’ (forthcoming, Fall 2020).
Closure and the Memory of the State,” Unarchive No. 1, Diacritics (online), 4 May 2020. 


Unarchive” series [editor], Diacritics (online), May 2020 – ongoing.


SELECT AWARDS & HONORS
2020
Chateaubriand Fellowship

Embassy of France in the United States

2020
Graduate Student Essay Prize in Comparative Literature

Department of Comparative Literature, Cornell University

2020
Timothy Murray Graduate Research Travel Grant (Roubaix, France)

Society for the Humanities, Cornell University

2019
Comparative Literature Graduate Student Teaching Prize

Department of Comparative Literature, Cornell University

2019
Michele Sicca Research Grant (France)

Cornell Institute for European Studies

2019
International Research Travel Grant (Paris, France)

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

2018
Peter Uwe Hohendahl Graduate Essay Prize in Critical Theory

Department of German Studies, Cornell University            

2018
TA Mentorship Program Grant

Knight Writing Institute, Cornell University

2016
Mellon Seminar Grant

Mellon Collaborative Studies, Cornell University

2015, 2020
Sage Academic Fellowship                                               

Cornell University

2012
GSAS Academic Fellowship

New York University

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
2019                         
Die Maschine and the Mind: Georges Perec’s Digital Poetics”; American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Annual Conference; Georgetown University.

2016                         
“Spatial Languages: Cuba’s barbacoa to Severo Sarduy’s Cobra”; “Cuba As Project” Conference, Cornell University.

2016
“Perec, Borges, Meaning Production”; American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Annual Conference; Harvard University.                  


COURSES TAUGHT
Cornell University
Department of Comparative Literature
2018                          “Robots” (Freshman Writing Seminar; Fall)
2018                          “Things” (Freshman Writing Seminar; Fall)
2018                          “Introduction to Critical Theory” (Seminar; Spring)           
2017                           “Things” (Freshman Writing Seminar; Fall)            

Department of Romance Studies
2017                           “Elementary French II” (Spring)
2016                           “Elementary French I” (Fall)         

                       
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2019 –                     
Diacritics
Editorial board member

      
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Comparative Literature Association
Association Georges Perec

 




References/full CV vailable upon request.