I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia and I teach classes in the Academic and Professional Writing Program. I received my PhD in English (Rhetoric and Composition) from Northeastern University in 2018. My dissertation examines a series of writing classes I taught at Northeastern where students built customized XML schemas to represent, critique, and produce a range of writing genres. I wrote a blog post about the project for the Women Writers Project.
I’ve also written about constructions and representations of community in crowdsourced digital archives for Computers and Composition (volume 40). My writing has also appeared in Digital Humanities Quarterly and Research in the Teaching of English. You can see a full list of my publications on my CV.