Graduate Student in Romance Languages and Literatures
Research Fields: Early Modern French performance practices; Choreographic objects; Dance scenes; Kinesthetic reading; Proprioception; Kinship bonds; Garlands, Processionals, Chain dances; Early Modern dance manuals; Grotesque, metamorphosis, hybridity; Comédies-Ballets; Garden and Costume design
• Ph.D. Dept. Romance Languages, French, Harvard University (in progress)
• A.M. Dept. Romance Languages, French, Harvard University, 2020
• B.A. Barnard College, French and Dance, 2001
Languages: French (Bilingual), Italian (Intermediate), Latin (Beginner)
Founded as a graduate program in 1904 and joining with the undergraduate Literature Concentration in 2007, Harvard’s Department of Comparative Literature operates at the crossroads of multilingualism, literary study, and media history.