Teaching at Kennesaw State since 2012.
Other affiliations: Trustee, Joseph Conrad Society of America; Member of Modern Language Association. PhD in English, Northwestern University.
Specializations: Narrative theory, Transatlantic Modernism, Critical theory.
Courses Regularly Taught: English 1101, 1102 and 2110.
Most Recent or Most Important Publications: Testimony on Trial: Conrad, James and the Contest for Modernism, University of Toronto Press, April 2012; “Overhearing Testimony: James in the Shadow of Sentimentalism,” The Henry James Review, 27:2 (Spring 2006): 103-125 (Winner of the 2006 Leon Edel Prize); “‘Speech Was of No Use’: Conrad, a New Journalism and the Critical Abjection of Testimony,” Novel, 36:2 (Spring 2004): 176-197.
Digital Humanities Project: http://www.youtube.com/user/BrianArtese: “Introduction to Poststructuralism,” 2010; “Foucault reads Kafka,” 2010.