My research is situated at the intersection between world literature and the environmental humanities. I have published work on postcolonial and ecological politics, as well as contemporary continental philosophy, literature and ecology. My current projects focus on critical responses to climate change in world literature, the Anthropocene as literary and scientific concept, and the impact of the environmental humanities on theories of world literature. My doctoral research staged an encounter between world literature and the thought of Gilles Deleuze, using the concept of the line of flight (ligne de fuite) as a philosophical and methodological refrain.
Areas of interest related to the above include theories of world literature, ecological literature, the environmental humanities, philosophy of science, postcolonial studies and critical theory.
I am a member of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment and the Postcolonial Studies Association (UK).
MA University of London.
BA University of Warwick.
"Absolutely Deterritorial: Deleuze, Indigeneity and Ethico-Aesthetic Anarchism as Strategy" in Deleuze and Anarchism. Edinburgh University Press. Forthcoming 2018.
From ‘World-Ecological’ Literature to Exo-Planetary Fictions. British Comparative Literature Association Annual Postgraduate Conference, University of Warwick 2017.
Thinking Indigineity Without Nature: Steps Toward an Assemblage Theory of Extinction. 10th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Toronto 2017.
Wound and Diagram: The Postcolonial Ethics of the Event in the Fictions of Dambudzo Marechera. 9th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Roma Tre University, Rome 2016.
School of Arts MA Bursary, Birkbeck, University of London 2012/13.
Prof. Michael Gardiner.
2016/17: EN263 Devolutionary British Fiction and EN378 Disasters and the British Contemporary.
2015/16: EN263 Devolutionary British Fiction.
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