Ph.D., New York University
M.A., Seton Hall University
B.A., Georgian Court College
- Office Hours
- Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
- Courses this Semester
- EN 214 Irish: Home/Abroad
- Regularly Taught Courses
- EN 101 College Composition I
EN 102 College Composition II
EN 201 Literature I
EN 202 Literature II
EN 214 Irish: Home/Abroad
EN 226 Literary Studies for English Majors
EN 227 Foundations of British Literature
EN 544 Irish Literary Studies
- Research Interests
Areas of interest include nineteenth and early twentieth century Irish and British literature, Postcolonial Theory, composition, and technology.
- Scholarly Articles
“Magnificent Words and Gestures: Defining the Primitive in Synge’s The Aran Islands” Irish Modernism and Primitivism, edited by Claire Culleton and Maria McGarrity, Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2008.
“The Anglo-Irish Dialect: Mediating Linguistic Conflict” Victorian Literature and Culture, published by Cambridge University Press, April 2004, 1-16.
“Linguistic Unionism: Lady Gregory and John Millington Synge and the Anglo-Irish Dialect” College English Notes, published by NJ College English Association, Spring 2003, 4-6.
“Remembering the Celtic Past: Translation and History as Memory in Cuchulain of Muirthemne” in Foilsiu, published by Grian, Feb. 2001, 117-123.
- Presentations/Invited Talks
“Everything Old is New Again: Loyalty and Independence in Christina Reid’s “The Belle of Belfast City,” American Conference for Irish Studies annual conference, Boston, MA. (March 2019).