Education


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.S. in Library Science (expected May 2014)
relevant coursework

  • INLS 461: Information Tools (HTML, CSS, Omeka, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel)
  • INLS 501: Information Resources and Services (IPL)
  • INLS 513: Resource Selection and Evaluation (work sample here)
  • INLS 520: Organization of Information
  • INLS 523: Intro to Databases I (SQLite)
  • INLS 530: Young Adult Literature and Related Materials (book trailer, book website, teen topic website)
  • INLS 585: Management for Information Professionals
  • INLS 707: Government Documents (annotated bibliography)
  • INLS 721: Cataloging Theory and Practice (RDA, AACR2, OCLC Connexion)
  • INLS 780: Research Methods

Kenyon College, B.A. in English Literature (May 2012)
relevant coursework 

Major in English Literature

  • ENGL 111-112: Achilles’ Children
  • ENGL 201: Introduction to Poetry Writing
  • ENGL 224: Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales in Middle English
  • ENGL 301: Advanced Poetry Writing
  • ENGL 300: Kenyon Seminar–Writing History
  • ENGL 300: Kenyon Seminar–Writing the Review
  • ENGL 300: Imperial Encounters – Victorians and Their World* (The “Other” in Victorian Adventure Fiction)
  • ENGL 358: Victorian Ghosts
  • ENGL  422: Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature
  • ENGL 400: Hardy and the Women Who Did* (The New Woman in Gissing)
  • Senior Exercise in English: “Invasions of the Past: Stoker’s Dracula and The Jewel of Seven Stars

Minor in History

  • HIST 230: History of the Reformation
  • HIST 208: Women in U.S. History
  • HIST 391: Gender and Citizenship in Modern France
  • HIST 391: Afghanistan and Central Asia – Women in Revolution
  • HIST 443: Victorian Culture and Society

Emphasis in Creative Writing

  • ENGL 201: Introduction to Poetry Writing
  • ENGL 301: Advanced Poetry Writing
  • ENGL 300: Kenyon Seminar — Writing History
  • ENGL 300: Kenyon Seminar– Writing the Review

Extensive Coursework in Victorian Studies

  • HIST 431: Victorian Culture and Society
  • ENGL 400: Hardy and the Women Who Did* (The New Woman in Gissing)
  • ENGL 300: Imperial Encounters – Victorians and Their World* (The “Other” in Victorian Adventure Fiction)
  • ENGL 358: Victorian Ghosts
  • HIST 391: Gender and Citizenship in Modern France, Final Exercise “Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century France: A Look at the Literature”
  • Senior Exercise in English: “Invasions of the Past: Stoker’s Dracula and The Jewel of Seven Stars

Extensive Coursework in Women’s and Gender Studies

  • HIST 208: Women in U.S. History
  • PSYC 443: Eating Disorders Seminar (audit)
  • HIST 391: Gender and Citizenship in Modern France
  • HIST 391: Afghanistan and Central Asia – Women in Revolution
  • ENGL 400: Hardy and the Women Who Did* (The New Woman in Gissing)
  • ENGL 300: Beyond Plath—Modern American Women Poets* (Soundtrack to Plath’s Bell Jar)

Extensive Psychology Coursework

  • PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 200: Statistics for Psychology
  • PSYC  321: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 347: Psychopharmacology (audit)
  • PSYC 443: Eating Disorder Seminar (audit)

Language skills

  • ITAL 111: Intensive Introduction to Italian Language
  • ITAL 112: Intensive Introduction to Italian Language II
  • ITAL 213: Intensive Intermediate Italian Language
  • ENGL 224: Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales in Middle English
  • ENGL  422: Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature

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