I have a doctorate in English from the University of Georgia. I've published multiple journal articles and co-edited an annotated critical edition of Henry James's Daisy Miller for Broadview Press with Kristin Boudreau.
Currently, I am the graduate advisor for the MA, PhD, and MIP degrees in Political Science & International Affairs at the University of Georgia's School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA). In addition to day-to-day administrative tasks, my favorite part of my job is developing and teaching workshops and other professional development activities.
I also edit academic manuscripts, theses, and dissertations in my spare time. I have more than ten years of consulting experience with a variety of students at all levels, in all fields -- from Accounting to Zoology. I work one-on-one with my clients to discover their goals for their work and develop a tailored plan to achieve those goals.
When I'm not working, I enjoy spending time with my two rescue dogs and crafting.
• Developmental editing
• Line editing
• Research coaching
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• Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award
• Appleby Research Fellowship
• First place, Dilettanti Literary Magazine (Fiction)
• Henry James's Daisy Miller (Broadview Press)
• "Speaking with a Double Voice: John Home's Douglas and the Idea of Scotland" (Scottish Literary Review)
• "Pride and Potentiality: Doubling Elizabeth Bennet" (Persuasions)
• "The Lion, the Witch, and the War Scenes: How Narnia Went from Allegory to Action Flick (Fantasy Fiction Into Film)
• Book publishing
• Online content creation
• Academic and professional writing