Kaitlin Mondello received her Ph.D. in English from The Graduate Center, CUNY in 2018. She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Graduate Center's Teaching and Learning Center where she is the editor of the blog Visible Pedagogy (https://vp.commons.gc.cuny.edu). Her scholarship focuses on proto-environmentalist literature, science, and philosophy in the nineteenth century and their relevance to current debates about climate change and the Anthropocene. Her teaching and research interests include the Environmental Humanities and the intersections of race, gender, and animal studies. Within CUNY, she has taught at Hunter College and Guttman Community College. She also served as a WAC Fellow for the Environmental Justice Program at John Jay College and The School of Professional Studies at CUNY. She has been a Mellon Interdisciplinary Science Studies Fellow, a New York Botanical Garden Humanities Institute Fellow and an Early Research Initiative Fellow in Interdisciplinary Research in the Service of Public Knowledge. Her scholarly work has appeared in Romantic Ecocriticism and Essays in Romanticism