- PhD in French Literature: August 2018: Purdue University
- MA in French Society, Civilization, Culture: August 2012: Middlebury College
- BA in French: May 2008: Anderson College
- 2012-2016: Graduate Lecturer, French
School of Languages and Cultures
West Lafayette, Indiana
- 2015-2016: English Assistant
Lycée René Cassin (High School)
- 2012:: English Teacher
EPITECH (Institute of Technology)
- 2010-2011: French Teacher
Hamilton Southeastern High School
- 2009-2010: English Assistant
Écoles élémentaires Jules Ferry and Parmentier (elementary schools)
- “A Diary Without the I: Embodiment and Self-Construction Through the Other in Felix Hartlaub’s World War II Paris Writings.” Submitted to Textual Practice in May 2017. Revise and resubmit decision in October 2017. Submitted for second review in December 2017.
- Roseau, Katherine. Review of The Meursault Investigation, by Kamel Daoud. Shofar: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 34.3 (2016): 117-19. Print.
Manuscripts in Preparation
- “‘My Soul and My Memory, That’s What I Need to Save’: The Diary as Witness to the Holocaust in the Age of Holograms.” Will submit to a/b Auto/Biography Studies.
- “Effectiveness of the Literary Text Summary in Developing Text Engagement and Reading Comprehension Skills.” Study completed in April 2017. Will submit to The French Review.
- Life writing genres (diary, autobiography, correspondence, autofiction)
- 20th Century French literature, especially German Occupation of Paris
- Holocaust Studies
- Digital Humanities
- Cognitive approaches to literature
- Memory Studies
- Contemporary Quebecois literature