I am the Digital Scholarship and Instruction Librarian at Union College. In this role, I create, coordinate, and assess digital methods that support education here.
My M.S. in Library and Information Science is from Simmons University (2019), where I focused on digital technology, and my Ph.D. in English Language and Literature is from the University of Michigan (2014), where I specialized in Victorian poetry.
My publications are on topics ranging from Victorian poetry, to the digital humanities, to the archival profession. With Lee Behlman, I am co-editing Victorian Verse in Everyday Life: Intersections of Popular and Elite Poetics, which will be published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2021. My peer-reviewed articles on Victorian literature have appeared in Victorian Literature and Culture, Victorian Poetry, and Nineteenth-Century Literature, and I write the annual "Guide to the Year's Work" on Algernon Charles Swinburne for Victorian Poetry.
In my free time, I enjoy running. I have completed nine marathons, including New York, Chicago, and Boston, with a personal best of 3:02 (2012). My wife is the remarkable Liz Kaziunas.