A voracious reader my entire life, I earned an M.A. in English from the University of Maine and am now a Ph.D. student in the department of English at the University of Rochester. As the Graduate Instructor Training Coordinator in the College Writing Program, I teach a pedagogy course for graduate students who will be designing their own writing classes for first-year students. I have been working with the William Blake Archive for much of my graduate existence. I coordinate editorial projects and teams of project assistants, and have published about electronically editing Blake’s manuscripts.
In my spare time, I read books about zombies, tolerate my aging pug, and write my dissertation on the printing revolution of the Romantic period.
rachel.lee [at] rochester.edu