After completing my BA in Hispanic Studies with European Studies (2008-2012) at Queen Mary, University of London, and my MA in Comparative Literature at King's College London (2013-2014), I worked in the charity and arts education sectors as a Project Coordinator, particularly within outreach positions and higher education widening participation initiatives. My PhD is funded by the AHRC and I am jointly supervised by Dr Alix Beeston (Cardiff University) and Dr Debra Ramsay (University of Exeter).
In 2020/2021, I am co-chair of Intersec+ions, an interdisciplinary, student-led research network exploring the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, (dis)ability, neurodiversity, and more, in identity, culture, and society.
My main research focus is intermediality within women's contemporary accounts of war.
Additional research interests include:
- Gender and feminist studies
- Visual culture studies
- Critical race theory
- Intermediality (particularly within literature, photography and film)
- Women's life writing
Intermediality and the Racial Other in Women's Contemporary Accounts of War
My research examines the potentialities and affordances of intermediality in women's contemporary accounts of war, particularly as they connect to issues of gender and race, and the representation of the self and the other. By exploring the inextricability of form and function in women’s conflict narratives, my research seeks to recover subordinate experiences of war that are overlooked by the traditional, masculinist war archive.