Medieval travel diaries; women’s education and socialization before 1600; poetic practices and waka culture; theories of travel, gender, and autobiography; noh theatre; and comparative approaches to medieval literature.
(Contributor) Ekkyō suru Nihon bungaku kenkyū: Kanon keisei, jendā, media (New Horizons in Japanese Literary Studies: Canon Formation, Gender, and Media). Tokyo: Bensei Shuppan, 2009.
(Contributor) Teishinkōki: What Did a Regent Do? The Year 939 in the Journal of Regent Fujiwara no Tadahira, edited by Joan R. Piggott and Yoshida Sanae. Ithaca: East Asian Program, Cornell University, 2008.