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Biography

I joined the University of Huddersfield in 2008, having taught previously at a number of universities, including The Open University. I was awarded a PhD on the novels of Michèle Roberts from the University of Aberdeen in 2002. I also completed a PGCE in Further and Higher Education at the University of Wolverhampton in 2002. I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

 I am the Co-Director for the Dementia and Cultural Narrative Network. I am the Primary Research Collaborator on the project 'Ageing and Illness in British and Japanese Children's Picturebooks 1950-2000: Historical and Cross-Cultural perspectives', funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (9880000 yen). 

I am the External Examiner for the Humanities Programme at the University of Hertfordshire. 

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Writing beyond the second wave: ageing into postfeminism and beyond
  • The ageing female body in literature and culture
  • Narrating dementia
  • Writing the third and fourth ages
  • Ageing across and between generations in literature

Research Degree Supervision

I am currently main supervisor for two PhD students. Their topics are affect, adaptation and filmic autobiography, and creative writing: fantasy and illness. 

I am main supervisor for three MA by Research students. They are researching: gender and the gaze in action film; AI and contemporary film; and Margaret Atwood's speculative fiction. 

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