Zan Cammack is a lecturer in the Department of English and Literature at Utah Valley University specializing in Irish studies, material culture, and digital humanities. Her book Ireland’s Gramophones: Material Culture, Memory, and Trauma in Irish Modernism (Clemson UP, 2021) examines the gramophone as an object of cultural significance during the early 20th century. She continues work situated at the intersections of intermediality and word and music studies, as demonstrated by her project “Seeing Wilde Songs” which examines the intertextuality between American composer Charles T. Griffes’ Four Impressions and Oscar Wilde’s poetry. She is also the co-host of The Thing About Austen, a podcast about Austen and her material world.