Media

Video

‘Dear Dr Kirkpatrick’: Irish Experiences of Venereal Disease in the 1920s (Royal College of Physicians of Ireland Kirkpatrick History of Medicine Awards, 2018).

Press

‘(S)ex Libris’, Times Literary Supplement (10 January 2019), Online.

‘Bodleian Reveals Bodies in the Library’, The Times (07 November 2018), 3.

‘Revealed: How ‘Heroic’ Bodleian Librarians Have Secretly Stored ‘Immoral and Obscene’ Texts like The Karma Sutra and Lady Chatterley’s Lover in Defiance of the State for Nearly 200 Years’, The Daily Mail (07 November 2018), Online.

‘From Madonna’s Sex to Lady Chatterley: Inside the Bodleian’s Explicit Book Club’, The Guardian (08 November 2018), Online.

– ‘In Good Books: A History of Hero Librarians’, The Guardian (08 November 2018), G2, 3.

‘Bodleian Libraries’ ‘Obscene’ Books Go on Display’, BBC News (08 November 2018), Online.

‘Oxford’s Library Once Branded Its Sauciest Books With a Greek Letter’, Atlas Obscura (15 November 2018), Online.

Podcasts

The Modernist Podcast, Episode 4: Queer Modernism(s) (May 2017)

Exhibitions and Outreach

– The Story of Phi: Collecting Sex, Blackwell Hall, Weston Library, Bodleian Libraries, Oxford (November 2018-January 2019).

 

‘Finding Ourselves in the Library’, Public Engagement Study Day, Bodleian Libraries and the University of Durham (01 December 2018)

 

– ‘Does It Matter Who You Love?: Literature and Identity’, Oxford English Faculty Regional School Visits, Lincolnshire and the North East (November 2018)

 

Blogs and Commentary

‘Spotlight on Students: Lloyd (Meadhbh) Houston, Hertford College’, University of Oxford, Faculty of English Language and Literature (December 2018), Online.

“We are scientists, writers, musicians, engineers. We are people.” University of Oxford, Medium (28 March 2018), Online.

‘This is the outfit I was wearing when I first realised I was genderqueer’, Queertextstyles, Online.

‘The Loves that Dare To Speak Their Name’, Pubs and Publications (08 September 2018), Online.

‘”The Wages of Sin is a Month in the Locke”: Irish Modernism and the Politics of Venereal Disease’, Perceptions of Pregnancy (29 February 2016), Online.

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