Appleton & Co. Bookstore, on 1850 map of NYC bookstores

Columbia Book History Colloquium

On Tuesday, March 25, 2014, I presented a talk entitled “Mapping the Bookstore in Nineteenth-Century […]

Appletons interior 1854

unCOMMON Salon talk at NYU

What follows is the announcement for my talk on nineteenth-century NYC bookstores at NYU’s Bobst […]


Networks and the Commons at C19

Ed Whitley (Lehigh U) and Ryan Cordell (Northeastern U) organized a roundtable on “Networks and the Commons: A Roundtable […]

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Cultural Geography and Graduate Scholarship in the Humanities

NewYorkScapes, a research and working group on NYC spaces and cultural productions, hosted an event, […]


Geospatial Literary Studies, MLA 2014

I had the pleasure of presenting on David Wrisley’s (American U of Beirut) “Geospatial Literary […]


Mapping the Bookstore

For the SHARP conference in July 2013, I partnered with Jim Green and Paul Erickson […]