‧ Liz Lidgett Gallery, group show, Portraiture (February 6, 2024-)
‧ Anthropologie x Artfully Walls print collection (January 2024-)
‧ Galactic Panther Gallery, group show, Wonder Women (December 9, 2024-March 9, 2024)
‧ Salon 21, Holiday Bazaar (November 30, 2023-December 14, 2023)
‧ Liz Lidgett Gallery, Holiday Show (November, 2023)
‧ Mont Marte, mention in “Eye art ideas to inspire you” (November 9, 2023)
Where Women Create, feature article (October 31, 2023)
Antiques & the Arts Weekly, feature article (September 5, 2023)
My Modern Met, feature article (July 14, 2023)
Colossal, feature article (April 25, 2023)
‧ Bergdorf Goodman x Chairish, group show (January 17, 2023-April 10, 2023)
‧ Goop, Holiday Gift Guide (winter 2022)
Magazinish (by Chairish), (cover, winter 2021; mention, fall 2022; cover, winter 2022)
Lover’s Eyes: Eye Miniatures from the Skier Collection, ed. Elle Shushan, pub. Giles (September 14, 2021)
‧ Chairish Super Seller, for exceptional sales in art and antiques (2020)


‧ Yale University, Ph.D. in French literature, research assistant to Harold Bloom, founder of the Yale French Colloquium, Elizabethan Club member, teaching fellow (2004-2010)
‧ Paris III, La Sorbonne Nouvelle, D.E.A. (2003)
‧ Lyon II, L’Université des Lumières, maîtrise (2002)
‧ San Francisco State University, M.A. in comparative literature, graduate teaching assistant (2003)
‧ Pomona College, B.A. in philosophy, Phi Beta Kappa, W. T. Jones Philosophy Prize (1997)

Living with Shakespeare: Essays by Writers, Actors, and Directors (New York, NY: Vintage Books, 2013)
A Truth Universally Acknowledged: 33 Great Writers on Why We Read Jane Austen (New York, NY: Random House, 2009; London, UK: Penguin, 2010; Nanjing, China: Yilin Press, 2010)
Les Dangers du Roman: The Evolution of the Dangerous Novel in Early Modern France, 1667-1736 (Dissertation)

Articles & Presentations
‧ Articles in the San Francisco Chronicle, L. A. Times, etc. on Harold Bloom, Ralph Fiennes, Shakespeare, and Jane Austen
‧ Academic articles and presentations on Montaigne, Castiglione, Jane Austen, Aphra Behn, Madame de Lafayette, the ballet of Louis XIV, 17th-century fashion in Le Mercure galant, and Early Modern novels