RESEARCH, EDITING, & TRANSLATION
The Writing Professors Editor and Translator (August 2014-Present) Provide copyediting and developmental editing on projects including dissertations, articles, and creative work. Specialize in adherence to APA, MLA, and Chicago style guides, grammar, and maintaining a consistent voice. Assist non-native English speakers find fluency and greater ease with their writing.
Provide translation services from French to English. Projects have included translating archival notes, philosophical texts, and creative works.
The University of Texas at Austin, Thinking in Public
Editor (May 2018-Present)
Solicit, edit, and write content for “What on earth…” series, a Facebook page and website at UT that promotes the humanities here and around the world.
The University of Texas at Austin, Humanities Media Project
Podcast Writer (October 2015-Present)
Create podcasts on topics in philosophy, history, literature and popular culture for Humanities Minutes and Death & Numbers, produced by the Humanities Media Project at the University of Texas at Austin whose mission is to inspire interest in, understanding of, and appreciation for the humanities by developing accessible and engaging media and events for audiences in Texas and beyond. Humanities Minutes was named one of the iTunes’ U’s best liberal arts collections for 2016!
The University of Texas at Austin, Department of History
Research Assistant (February 2016-Present)
Assist Dr. Judith Coffin, Assistant Professor of History, with research on her forthcoming book about Simone de Beauvoir.
Sparknotes – New York City, New York
Developed content for the study guide to the novel Night by Elie Wiesel, including essays, plot analysis, and breakdowns of text.
Agence Littéraire Lora Fountain – Paris, France
Assistant (September 2013-January 2014)
Assisted with contracts, finances, inventory, and other tasks associated with acquiring foreign edition rights for English manuscripts of fiction and non-fiction. Read and reviewed potential manuscripts.
Testifying to Auschwitz and Algeria. Dissertation, 2019.
Forthcoming: “Repurposing l’art épistolaire: Letter-writing as Civil Disobedience in Charlotte Delbo’s Les Belles lettres. Women in French, 2019.
Thinking in Public, “Why on earth…” series. 2018-Present.
“Review of: Death in the Shape of a Young Girl: Women’s Political Violence in the Red Army Faction by Patricia Melzer.” Feminist Collections. vol. 38, nos. 1-2, Winter-Spring 2017.