M.A. in Cinema Studies from Concordia University (Montreal), 2017
Bachelor of Journalism from Carleton University (Ottawa), 2013.
“A Fine Balance Along the Mechitza: Navigating Privilege, Pinkwashing, and Palestinian Politics in Transparent’s Fourth Season.” Jump Cut, vol. 60, spring 2021.
“Pressing Rewind: New Encounters with Analog Memories in Ross Sutherland’s Stand By for Tape Back-Up.” Studies in the Fantastic, no. 7 (special issue). Summer/Fall 2019.
“Book Review: ‘Extreme Cinema: The Transgressive Rhetoric of Today’s Art Film Culture,’ by Mattias Frey.” Synoptique, Vol. 7, Issue 1. September 2018.
“Penetrating the Depths of Teenage Life: Digital Participation and Subversive Sleuthing on Netflix’s American Vandal.” Offscreen, Volume 22, Issue 7. July 2018.
“Solitude, Sizzle, and Uncertainty at the Toronto International Film Festival.” Offscreen, Volume 21, Issue 9. September 2017.
Representations of Jewishness in Film and Television; Film Criticism; Media and the Israel-Palestine Conflict
James A. Sappenfield Fellowship, 2021-2022.
Frederick J. Hoffman Award, 2019.
Chancellor’s Graduate Student Award, 2018-2019.
“Better Things, Art Cinema, and New Approaches to (Feminist) Cinematic Television.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, March 2021.
“Virtue, Virtuosity, and ‘Visual Sovereignty’: How a Canadian Drama’s Long Take Breaks Open the Tensions of Indigenous Life.” Mediating Democracy (graduate conference), San Francisco State University, February 2021.
“A Fine Balance Along the Mechitza: Navigating Privilege, Pinkwashing, and Palestinian Politics in Transparent’s Fourth Season.” Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference, October 2019.
“A Horse of a Different Color: Investigating Of Oz the Wizard’s Deconstruction of a Hollywood Classic,” Backward Glances (Screen Cultures Conference), Northwestern University, September 2019.
“‘The Latest in Blood and Guts’: Reckoning with Onscreen Projections of Christine Chubbuck.” Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, February 2019.
“Death, Truth, and Videotape: Ghostly Reveries and Family Memories in Stand By for Tape Back-Up.” Film and Media Studies Graduate Student Organization Conference, University of Pittsburgh, September 2018.
ENG 101: Introduction to College Writing
ENG 102: College Writing and Research
ARTHIST/ENG/FILMSTD 111: Entertainment Arts: Film, Television, and the Internet (Online)
ARTHIST/FILMSTD 205: Film History I