CV

Publications

Essays

The World and the Woman: Meaning-Making in Gombrowicz’s CosmosGorse Magazine no. 7, 2016 (print).

Girls on Film series. TYCI, 2016.

Millennial Spectres: Space, Time and the Haunting of Modernity in Don Delillo’s The Body Artist and Ali Smith’s Hotel WorldInquire Journal of Comparative Literature, 2015.

In Defence of Fake Beauty. The F Word, 2011.

Fictions

Waterbeds: Five Fragments. The Grapevine Zine, 2016.

Mother Tongue. 3:AM Magazine, 2016.

Bluebeard 2.0The Queen’s Head, 2015 (print).

Fall. The Queen’s Head, 2015 (print).

Underground. Northern Renewal, 2014 (print).

Education

2016 – present MA Gender & Women’s Studies. Joint degree at the Central European University and the University of Utrecht. Funded by an Erasmus Mundus scholarship.

2013 – 2014 MLitt Modernities: Literature, Theory and Culture since 1900, with distinction. University of Glasgow. Funded by an AHRC Master’s scholarship.

2008 – 2012 MA (Hons) English Literature, first class. University of Glasgow.

Experience

2016 – 17 Proofreading and editing academic work for postgraduate students at Central European University, Budapest. Students came from a wide range of disciplinary and geographical backgrounds, with varying levels of English fluency and academic experience.

2016 Founding co-editor of Letters to Barnacle, a zine of art and writing about sexuality.

2015 – 2016 Subtitler at Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services, Glasgow.

2015 – 2016 Reporter for the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival and Declaration Festival of Health and Human Rights.

2014 Proofreader for Restless Land: A Radical Journey Through Scotland’s History, by Alan McCombes and Roz Paterson.

 

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