I'm a PhD student in English at Harvard, studying modernism and twentieth-century literature.
My dissertation is about modernism, international sports, and the Olympic Art Competitions of 1912-1948. That research is also the basis for an online digital-humanities project (in development).
I've designed and taught classes on Ulysses, on modernist women writers, and on global short fiction. Right now I'm running a few World Literature classes online for edX.
You can read more about my research in the Washington Post, about my teaching in the Harvard Crimson, or about my Humanities-advocacy for undergraduates in The Chronicle of Higher Education.