I am a Lecturer in English and Film at Edinburgh Napier. My research interests fall generally into modernist studies, critical theory, women’s writing, and the Digital Humanities.
I was awarded a PhD from the University of Victoria in Canada in 2014, before relocating to the UK. My doctoral thesis examined representations of women’s everyday lives in modernist British fiction, specifically the works of Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Richardson, and Katherine Mansfield, and my first monograph, emerging from that research, will be published soon by Routledge.
My research interests extend to the Digital Humanities, and I have worked on a number of Digital Humanities research projects. I am a researcher on ‘Palimpsest: Literary Edinburgh,’ a text mining and digital mapping project, which led to the development and launch of a database and interactive map of Edinburgh literature called Lit Long: Edinburgh (litlong.org). The Lit Long project is currently developing engagement activities in partnership with the UNESCO City of Literature Trust.
I have published articles and book chapters on geospatial humanities, data visualisation for the humanities, and literary modernism, as well as scholarly editions of two volumes of Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage series for Broadview Literary Press.