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Academic Appointments and Employment

Selected posts and appointments, held over various years, collectively represented per institution.

2015-2024:
  • Qualification, Maître de conférences: Langues et littératures anglaises. Competitive qualification to teach at French universities.
2015-2022:
  • Bye-Fellow; Academic Associate; acting Director of Studies, and Supervisor in English, Pembroke College, Cambridge.
2019-2021:
  • Senior Research Associate, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge.
2013-2019:
  • Fellow and Tutor; acting Director of Studies, and Supervisor in English, Wolfson College, Cambridge.
2013-2019:
  • Lecturer, supervisor, and examiner, Education with English and Drama BA, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.
2010-2018:
  • Affiliated Lecturer; Bye-Fellow; Director of Studies and Special Supervisor in English, Newnhan College, Cambridge.
2014-2017:
  • Lecturer, Pembroke-King’s Summer Programme: course creator for ‘Jane Austen: Life, Works, Times’ and ‘Splendour & Squalor: Eighteenth-Century British Culture’.
2014-2015:
  • Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge.
2010-2011:
  • Course Convenor and Lecturer for ‘Rise of the Novel’ course, King’s College, London.
2004-2021:
  • Supervisor (academic tutor), English Literature BA, University of Cambridge.

Conference and Event Organisation

  • Co-Organiser, International Laurence Sterne Foundation Conference, Utrecht, November 2019.
  • Organiser, Laurence Sterne 250-Year Anniversary Conference, Jesus College, Cambridge, March 2018.

Selected Conference Papers and Guest Lectures

2021: ‘“[It] were wisdome it selfe, to read all Authors, as Anonymo’s”: Anonymity, Virtual Communities, and Sterneana’, Form, Media, Digitisation: Adaptation in Sterne, Sterneana, and Beyond, virtual conference co-organised by Northumbria University and the University of Cambridge for the Sterne Digital Library project

2020:      ‘Conscious Couplings: Creating Natural Conjunctions in Tristram Shandy’, British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies annual conference, University of Oxford

2019:      ‘Time, Space and Narrative in Laurence Sterne’s Fiction and Visual Sterneana’, Congress of International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Edinburgh

2018:      ‘“Alas, poor Yorick!”: Laurence Sterne’s A Sentimental Journey after 250 years’, Wolfson College Humanities Society, Cambridge

2017:      ∙ ‘Cocks and Bulls: Laurence Sterne’s Tristram Shandy into Film’, Magdalene Festival of Change, Cambridge

∙  ‘Sterneana, any “ana”?: New Methods for Analysing and Contextualising Sternean Adaptations’, International Laurence Sterne Foundation conference, Bygdoszcz, Poland

∙  ‘“Othering” Sterne: The Absent-Presence of Anonymity in Sterneana’, BSECS annual conference, St Hugh’s College, Oxford

2016: ‘Serial Book Publication and Book Illustration’, guest lecture and workshops, MA in Publishing, l’Université de Strasbourg

2015:      ‘The Commercial Interests Involved in Sterneana’, Congress of International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Rotterdam

∙ ‘Repackaging Gothic Fiction: Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey and the British Book Market, c. 1800′, guest lecture and workshops, MA in Publishing, l’Université de Strasbourg

2014:      ‘Adaptations of Sterne’s Fiction in the Digital Age’, Contacts, Frictions, Clashes SEARCH conference, Université de Strasbourg

∙ ‘The Rape of the Lock: Adaptations and Illustrations’, guest lecture and workshops, MA in Publishing, l’Université de Strasbourg

2013:      ∙  ‘Laurence Sterne at 300’, illustrated talk forNewnham Arts Society, Cambridge

∙  ‘Laurence Sterne meets Denis Diderot’, MML Research Seminar, Cambridge

∙  ‘The ‘first annotated’ Sentimental Journey?’,Sterne Tercentenary Conference,Royal Holloway, University of London

2012:      ‘Sterne and Caricature’, Sterne and Humour book colloquium, Université de Strasbourg

2010:      ‘Parasitic Parody’, BSECS annual conference, St Hugh’s College, Oxford

2007:      ‘Shandean Theatricality’, book-launch symposium for René Bosch, Labyrinth of Digressions,Huizinga Institute, Amsterdam

2006:      ‘From Laurence, to Lesley, to Lytton: Bloomsbury Perspectives on Eighteenth-Century Literature’, Virginia Woolf Society Annual Lecture, Trinity Hall, Cambridge

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