In advance of print publication, my article on the career of Myrna Loy (and the changing definition of “the perfect wife”) is available online for Celebrity Studies. Link.
I received a research grant from the Hagley Library in 2019 to visit their collections (and incredible location!). You can read about some of the materials I found in the collections in a March 2021 post I wrote for their research blog here. They include a Jacquard-woven image of Independence Hall and some anecdotal evidence […]
As part of the Mellon Humanities in a Digital World program at USC, I participated in two summer workshops on digital remix taught by Virginia Kuhn. The following two video essays (using the term loosely, perhaps) were completed during the course of a couple days as part of the course. One, Nora Charles Goes to […]
In 2017, I published an essay for an online magazine called Keep it Dirty. That essay, titled “Bird Droppings: Necropastoral Futurity in Hitchcock’s The Birds,” is available (for free) here.
In Fall 2016, I designed a browser app which I facetiously — and too arcanely — titled DidaSkal after the term didaskalia (archaically, anything not spoken in a playtext). Essentially, the app allows the playwright to search-and-replace any select phrase for an HTML tag. In other words, one can designate the phrase “make this sentence […]