Jessica Joblin is a writer and scholar with more than six years of experience. In her work as an academic writer, Jessica focuses on aesthetics and sociability in early 20th-century literature and culture. She brings her knowledge of decorative arts and salon culture to modern-day home design.
- She focuses on décor, lifestyle, aesthetics, and sociability.
- She has contributed pieces on sociability, salon culture, and the domestic arts to the conferences Narrative, The Space Between Society, The Hemingway Society, and NeMLA.
Jessica has written pieces for numerous outlets, including the conferences Narrative, The Space Between Society, The Hemingway Society, and NeMLA. She has been contributing to Brides and MyDomaine since 2020.
Jessica holds a B.A. in English Literature from Mississippi State University and an M.A. in English Literature from Pennsylvania State University where she is currently a Ph.D. candidate.
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