I am a PhD student in English at Concordia and a member of the Speculative Life Research Cluster at the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology. My work draws on the environmental humanities, critical posthumanism, and postcolonial studies to investigate the imbrication of literary production with planetary-scale modes of systems-thinking. I completed my MA in English at Concordia in 2021.
I also teach composition at Concordia and the McGill Writing Centre and work as a research assistant to Dr. Jill Didur. Beyond the university, I publish widely on contemporary literature and culture. My writing appears and is forthcoming in ASAP/J, Edge Effects, Maisonneuve, Musicworks, THIS, and The Coast, and I am a juror for the Polaris Music Prize. I like ambient music and the ocean.