I studied English Literature at the University of Worcester (2013-2016), followed by an MRes in Early Modern Studies (2016-2017). Both my undergraduate and MRes dissertations explored issues surrounding sexuality, identity, and the body in Restoration literature. Alongside my current research, I also work as a freelance writer, and my wider research interests include queer studies, disease, medical history, and the history of disability.

Research and scholarship

Foreign Contagion: Venereal Disease and National Identity in Restoration Literature

'The Gender Pain Gap: Why Chronic Pain is a Social Justice Issue', featured in Spooniehacker, 16th November 2020. ‘Collaborative Learning: Breaking Down The Barriers For Post Graduates At Conferences – A Case Study’ – Presented with Helen Hopkins and Lucy Cooper at the University of Worcester Learning & Teaching Conference, 15th June 2017, University of Worcester. ‘“Excursions and Digressions of Nature”: Manifestations of the Perverse as Bodily Corruption in Restoration England’ – Presented at the University of Worcester Early Modern Research Group Postgraduate Conference, 28th April 2017, University of Worcester.