BA (Hons) – English Literature – Cardiff University, 2013
MA – English Literature – Cardiff University, 2014
PhD – English Literature – Cardiff University, 2018
I am currently managing the HEFCW-funded Civic Mission project, which aims to examine how the University of South Wales is supporting its community by promoting social cohesion, cultural innovation and active citizenship. I joined USW in December 2018, after undertaking a PhD in English Literature at Cardiff University. My thesis focused upon the work of Virginia Woolf; it explored how her textual practices (writing, editing, hand-printing and binding) enabled her to situate her fictions within the context of twentieth-century visual and material culture.
I taught on the Year One English Literature programme at Cardiff University from 2015- 2017.
Alongside my PhD research, I worked as an Impact and Research Assistant for my PhD supervisor, Dr Becky Munford, on her project ‘Women in Trousers: A Visual Archive’.
I am currently project managing the HEFCW Civic Mission Review, which aims to highlight how the University of South Wales is shaping its own sense of ‘Civic Mission’.
Alongside this, I am working with Dr Louise Bright in the co-ordination of the Wales Women in STEM Network.
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
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