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Domestic Georgic: Labors of Preservation from Rabelais to Milton. University of Chicago Press, 2021.


"Flower Girls and Garbage Women: Misogyny and Cliché in Ronsard and Herrick." Modern Philology 118.3 (2021): 319-339.

"Irritating Montaigne." Montaigne Studies 30 (2018): 111-123.

"Sustaining Fiction: Preserving Patriarchy in Marvell’s Upon Appleton House.” Studies in Philology 114.3 (2017): 641-661.

Reviews, short pieces, & public-facing academic work


“The Lover’s Complaint Concerning His Working Conditions.” Post45 Contemporaries (2023).

"Making Light of Plight." Review essay of Drew Daniel, Joy of the Worm: Suicide and Pleasure in Early Modern English Literature. Parapraxis (2022).

“Marvell Marvelled.” University of Chicago Press Blog (2021).

“Remembering, Repeating, and Coming To in Early Modern English Recipes.” The Recipes Project (2021).


“Great Virtues and Good Medicine (Faerie Queene I.xi.29).” The Spenser Review 50.3.4 (2020).

Review of Melissa Schoenberger, Cultivating Peace: The Virgilian Georgic in English, 1650-1750. Marvell Studies 4.2 (2019).

“Cleaning Up with Erasmus: The Intellectual Laborer as Maintenance Worker.” The Philosopher (2019).

“Green Shade: Loser Vegetables in Plant Theory.” Review essay of Jeffrey T. Nealon, Plant Theory: Biopower and Vegetable Life. Qui Parle 24.2 (2016): 161-170.


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