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I currently work at the University of Oxford four days a week, in the role of Knowledge Exchange Facilitator; I support researchers in their impact and innovation focused engagements with non-academic organisations. Alongside this role, I teach at various Oxford colleges, convene the Oxford Phenomenology Network, spend time with my family, and engage in academic research. I am also a proud glasses-wearer and bendy person.
My research is inherently interdisciplinary and collaborative. I explore ideas of embodiment and subjectivity through considering the interrelations and intersections between literature, culture (especially film), philosophy, medicine, and science. James Joyce and the Phenomenology of Film, my first monograph, was published by Oxford University Press in 2017.
I was awarded my doctorate from the University of Oxford in 2013 after having completed a BA in English and Philosophy and an MA in Twentieth-century Literature at the University of Leeds.