I write and teach about the global circulation and remediation of Victorian literature, archives and the history of English studies, and antiracist pedagogy. With Lars Atkin (Kent), I'm co-editing a special issue of Victorian Periodicals Review, "Race and Transnationalism in Victorian Periodicals Studies" (forthcoming 2023). I'm also a contributing editor to At the Circulating Library: A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837-1901. My recent publications include "Middlemarch in Melbourne" (George Eliot-George Henry Lewes Studies 73.2 (Fall 2021)), "Undisciplining through Contemporary Novels: Re Jane, Parasite, Jane Eyre" (forthcoming from Undisciplining the Victorian Classroom), and "Uncovering the Contingencies of Archives" (Journal of Victorian Culture Online (July 2021)). My dissertation, "The Global Migrations of George Eliot and Charles Dickens: Books, Newspapers, Archives," won the UW Graduate School Distinguished Dissertation Award for 2022. I sit on the elected board of the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals.