2009: MA (hons) Postcolonial Studies, Goldsmiths: Distinction. Dissertation title: Locality, agency and the politics of dementia in Bergson and Appadurai.
2008: BSc (hons) Philosophy and Politics, Bristol: First.
2010-11: Seminar leader, 'Problems of Explanation and Interpretation' (third year methods course), BA Politics, Philosophy and History, Birkbeck.
2010: Sessional lecturer, 'Postcolonial Theory' course, MA Postcolonial Cultures and Global Policy, Goldsmiths.
Political theory: my research focus is on the relation between constructions of temporality and political agency, using a phenomenological and Bergsonist approach.
Postcolonial theory and Cultural Studies: I have a developed research interest in the politics of time and in diaspora and hybridity studies, as well as a background in feminist theory and Poststructural political ethics, especially Butler and Foucault.
Philosophy: Heidegger, Deleuze, Bergson, Merleau-Ponty. Philosophy of language, phenomenology, ethics. I also have a strong grounding in analytical political philosophy, especially Rawls.