Emily is a PhD candidate specializing in nineteenth-century British literature. Her dissertation, titled “Wales, Prose Fiction, and Periodicals: Remapping the Nineteenth-Century British Literary Landscape,” focuses on Wales in nineteenth-century British literature and connects Wales' roles in fiction to its roles in genre development and dispersal, and in periodical press development. She has also done work on the afterlives of Victorian literature and people in YouTube web series, and is working on UGA’s graduate certificate in Women’s Studies. In July 2021, she participated in the National Humanities Center’s Graduate Student Summer Residency, funded by UGA’s Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. She is the recipient of a 2022 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award and a 2022 Alice C. Langdale Award for Exceptional English Graduate Student.
M.A., Oregon State University, 2017.
Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching, Oregon State University, 2017.
B.A., Carleton College, 2012. Magna cum laude.
Victorian Literature and Culture; the Novel; Wales in Literature/Welsh Literature in English; Periodical Studies; the New Woman; British Women Writers; British Romantic Literature and Culture; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Adaptation Studies