Amber Harding is a Ph.D. candidate (ABD) at Cornell University, studying the intersections of domestic space, narrative form, nostalgia, and identity in the English Modernist novel. Her work draws from architecture and history in addition to literary criticism and theory, using the distinctions of place/space and house/home to address questions of experience, belonging, and homelessness in both English country house novels and their more displaced contemporaries. She has taught courses on mystery fiction and the “locked room” genre, Bildungsroman narratives, and labyrinths & imaginary lands at Cornell.