In addition to my academic monograph, Luxury, Sensation and the Moving Image (forthcoming from Legenda Press in Spring 2021) I have published peer-reviewed articles in French Studies and French Cultural Studies (on Annie Ernaux and François Bon, respectively), and have contributed chapters to a book of scholarly essays dedicated to the late Chantal Akerman (Chantal Akerman: Afterlives) as well as to a volume about parasites in contemporary French culture, literature, art and film (Parasites: Exploitation and Interference in French Thought and Culture).
In 2019 I was a scholar in residence at the Easton Foundation, the former studio and residence of the Franco-American artist Louise Bourgeois, in Manhattan and, following this visit, I was invited to contribute to a panel about Bourgeois's work alongside Juliet Mitchell and Alyce Mahon to celebrate the opening of 'ARTIST ROOMS: Louise Bourgeois' at Kettle's Yard.
I have supervised and lectured undergraduate and graduate students at Cambridge University since 2013. I currently examine and supervise for the European Literature and Film and Screen Studies MPhil degrees at Cambridge, and teach the undergraduate papers FR1: Introduction to French Literature, Film and Thought; FR6; and FR12. My full academic Curriculum Vitae can be consulted here.