In 2018 I graduated from the University of Manchester with a First Class Honours Degree in English Literature and in 2019 I completed my Masters with a Distinction in Modern and Contemporary Literature.
I joined the University of Leeds in 2020 as a Postgraduate Researcher in the School of English. My doctoral research is fully funded by the AHRC through the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities consortium.
- early twentieth-century literature
- medical humanities
- nationhood and empire
- environmental humanities
My research project explores the intersections between national identity and environmental health in British interwar literature (1919–1939).
- Anthony Burgess Prize from the University of Manchester (2018)
- Highly Commended by the Global Undergraduate Awards (2018)
- The Manchester Alumni Scholarship Scheme (2018–2019)
- AHRC Doctoral Studentship from the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities consortium
- ‘Gothic Modernisms: Modernity and the Postcolonial Gothic in Tayeb Salih’s ‘Season of Migration to the North’’, Gothic Studies, 22 (2020), 285–299.
- ‘‘Something More than his Arm Had Been Left Behind in France’: Disability and the English Countryside in Winifred Holtby’s South Riding’, at The Centre for Disability Studies Postgraduate Conference, University of Leeds, (July 2020)
- BA English Literature (University of Manchester)
- MA Modern and Contemporary Literature (University of Manchester)