Research Agenda

My research provides increased recognition to the inherent sociability and liberal underpinnings of the creative process in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Investigating collaboration as a creative process invites literary scholars to analyze the difficulties of canonization, authorial classification and theoretic practice. Illuminating the creative process and upholding the literary archive as a space for diversity and the recovery of lived experience and creative thought demonstrates the multidisciplinarity and multimodality inherent in literary creation.