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I am a PhD candidate in English at the University of Virginia. My dissertation, "English Antiquarianism: A Literary Mode, 1605-1660" studies the tropes, objects, and devices that make up the 'antiquary's toolkit' in 16th- and 17th-century England.

I have taught courses on writing & rhetoric, travel writing, Shakespeare, and a survey of early English Literature (Anglo-Saxon to 18th century). I am currently teaching a self-designed course on renaissance science and English literature. A syllabus is available here.

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SVL Antiquarian & Rare Books
Specializing in Antiquarianism, Curiosity, Bibliography & Book History since 2016.

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Studio Studiolo
Web design, development, and innovation for humanists.

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Rotunda Library Online
Rotunda Library Online (RLO, ‘arlo’) is a bibliographical database containing short-title entries for every book shelved in the University of Virginia's Rotunda Library from 1825 to 1830—its first half decade. As of March, 2018 metadata refinement and site development are ongoing.

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