Jessica received her B.A. in English from Johns Hopkins University before joining the English department at Princeton in 2016. She concentrates on Victorian literature, with a focus on print history and a devotion to the works of Charles Dickens. Her interest in literary production, circulation, and exchange during the nineteenth century, and in bibliography more generally, applies to contemporary topics in Digital Humanities, and she is compiling a bibliography of original narrative fiction serialized in fascicle form between 1836 and 1881 through the CDH at Princeton; the project will culminate in a combined digital bibliography, timeline, and interactive research tool. More broadly, Jessica’s research considers the accessibility of intellectual culture as well as questions of language – involving translation, the theory of language, and the praxis of literary theory. If not about books, she will talk exuberantly on classic cinema and Golden Age Hollywood.