Currently, I am in a Visiting Scholar at Concordia University in Montreal, teaching courses on feminist theory, poetry, and science and technology studies. My research draws on modern and contemporary Anglophone literature, science… Continue reading

CV and Research

My dissertation examines a shifting aesthetics of “liveliness” across the 20th century– an era where the molecular sciences have increasingly defined the parameters of vitality. Drawing on environmental theory and new materialist criticism,… Continue reading

Teaching and Courses

*** BROWN UNIVERSITY, Adjunct Assistant Professor MCM1500: Dialogues on Feminism and Technology, FALL 2013 Course Website: http://femtechnetbrown.wordpress.com/ Course Syllabus: FEMTECHNET FINAL “Dialogues on Feminism and Technology” is part of a worldwide network of feminist scholars,… Continue reading


BLURBS AND REVIEWS “‘Am I accountable for these histories?’ writes Megan Fernandes in her memorable poem ‘Archives.’ Yes and no—her fresh, embracing imagination attends to several continents, many languages and cultures, with the… Continue reading

Readings and Work

 RECENT PUBLISHED WORK “Lisbon, Tanga, Goa,” Black Lawrence Press, 2015 “Toxicity, Vulnerability, and Intimacy,” The Boston Review, 2014 “The Flight to Sacramento,” RATTLE, June 2013 “Spectral” and “Big Sur,” HOW Journal, March 2013… Continue reading

The Poetry/Poetics Hub

The mission of the Poetry/Poetics Hub (PPH) is to foster a dynamic environment for poetry—its creation, study, and presence—at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Its purpose is to generate a fresh interest in… Continue reading