University Teaching Experience

I have devised, taught, and assessed tutorial and seminar courses at the University of Oxford, Goldsmiths College, University of London, the University of West London, Fordham University (London Centre), and Syracuse University (London Centre) on topics including:

– Modernisms and Modernity

– London Modernisms

– British and Irish Perspectives on WWI

– Literature and the Human Body: Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Perspectives

– Gothic Feminisms and the Female Gothic

– Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Queer Writing

– Contemporary Fiction and Critical Theory

– Borders in Flux: Identities and Conflict in Ireland

– Historicizing Theatre

– British and Irish Drama Since 1945

– Film Criticism

– Literature and Cinema: Multimediations

I have supervised dissertations at the University of Oxford on the following topics:

 – Gender and Affect in Contemporary Northern Irish Fiction

– (Re)staging the Irishman in Contemporary British Theatre

– Beckett, Comedy, and Time

– Silence in Women’s Espionage Fiction

I have been proud to serve as a tutor on Lady Margaret Hall’s Foundation Year Programme, an innovative access scheme designed to prepare young people from under-represented socio-economic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds for the challenges of university. I have also facilitated a range of outreach workshops for the Faculty of English at Oxford in schools across the UK.


Non-University Teaching Experience

Outside of higher education, I have taught English and Media Studies at a number of London secondary schools, and served as a Learning Support Assistant for students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. I have also taught courses on English, Philosophy, Critical Theory, Politics, and Creative Writing for a range of summer schools designed to give students a taster of university-level study.

For full details of my teaching experience, please consult my CV.

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