I am a specialist in early modern French literature with particular interests in women writers, the representation of women and the history of the book. Having completed my studies at the Universities of London (Royal Holloway) and Cambridge (Kings), I taught at l'Universite de Paris XII and New College, Oxford before taking up my post at Liverpool in 2004.
I welcome enquiries regarding postgraduate supervision and mentoring of postdoctoral research fellowship on topics related to gender and materiality in the early modern world.
Awards or Honours
- Outstanding Staff Contribution to Employability (University of Liverpool Guild of Students, 2009)
- Visiting Fellow to the University of Edinburgh (Institute of Advanced Studies, Centre for the History of the Book, 2005)