Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education—English focus. SUNY New Paltz, 2013
Master of Arts in English Studies, SUNY New Paltz, 2015
College English I
College English II
My focuses in literature, however, tend to center around Trauma Theory and Experimental Fiction. By analyzing how the experimental fiction of our current literary age (which even now still lacks an official label as we are in the thick of it, but has been referred to as “post-post-modernism”) represents trauma through broken narrative and through redefining and reshaping the physical shape and structure novel itself, we are able to see not only the values and fears of the society in which the work was produced, but the solutions to address those social fears. At the end of it all, the rhetorical representation of trauma actually offers us an insightful hope.
DSA award at SUNY New Paltz
“Virginia Woolf: Healing the Trauma of the Gender Divide.” MA thesis. State University
of New York at New Paltz, 2015.
“V Thesis Abstracts.” Shawangunk Review, vol. 27, 2016. p. 107.
National Council of Teachers of English
Faculty at SUNY New Paltz
Faculty at SUNY Orange
Tutor for the public school districts of New York State