I am a Teaching Associate in the French Studies Department at Warwick where I teach a range of postgraduate and undergraduate literature and language classes. Prior to this post, I taught at MA level during my PhD and have also designed and taught literature courses for the Workers' Educational Association. Within this section you will find details of my lectures and seminars with links to further information about the modules.
This section gives details of the papers I have presented at conferences in the UK and overseas, as well as links to the conference websites. I have also included copies of my PowerPoint slides, notes and handouts, as well as a list of papers I will be giving at events over the coming year. This section of the eportfolio also includes panels I have chaired and conferences that I have organised.
Warwick University offers excellent training for graduates, and here I detail some of the PhD training sessions I have attended in the Graduate School, Arts Faculty and the Department for Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies (CTCCS). I have also listed some of the most relevant research seminars I have attended, as well as conferences and lectures both at Warwick and other academic establishments.
“The culture or tradition of a post-colonial writer acts as a metatext which is rewritten – explicitly and implicitly, as both background and foreground – in the act of literary creation" (Tymoczko 21)