I serve as Level 2 Graduate Faculty in the Department of English. This means I can direct MA and PhD work, and serve on committees as a member or outside reader anywhere I am needed on campus. I have doctoral training in eighteenth-century literature and book history, and have additional postdoctoral training in those fields, along with digital tools, methods, and frameworks. I have published a monograph on fiction and the historical sense of smell, and am currently at work on a large-scale digital project collecting never-published fiction from the archives and creating rich metadata. I have served on MA, PhD, and EdD committees in English, History, Education, and Counseling Psychology. I also supervise research assistants and project managers in various roles (usually connected to 18thConnect or the Manuscript Fiction Project) You can read an interview I gave with the ASECS Graduate Caucus about mentoring and grad school here.