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I am supported by an AHRC Doctoral Studentship. My thesis, 'Reading for Money', explores the relationship between money and experimental modernist form in the works of Virginia Woolf and Ali Smith. Talks And Presentations: •'Numismatic Modernism: Language, money and change in Ali Smith's Hotel World', Ali Smith Conference, Royal Holloway, September 2013 •Questioning 'After': Ali Smith, late capitalism and late modernism', The Abstract, King's College London, October 2013 •'Money Made New', Cannibal Modernisms, KCL, November 2013 •'Reinventing Money, Reinventing Modernism', Inventing Urban Modernity, King's College London, June 2014 •'About Change: Ali Smith's numismatic modernism', Modernism Now, British Association of Modernist Studies International Conference 2014, Institute of English Studies, Senate House, London, June 2014 •'The Disinherited Woman: Reading, writing, money, and gender', The Abstract, KCL, December 2014
• Supported by an AHRC Research Preparation Masters Studentship • Theatre critic for London Student Conference and Seminar Papers: • 'Animal Products: Virginia Woolf's Thoroughly Modern Menagerie', Animate Objects, Inanimate Bodies, King's College London, June 2012 • '
• Finished top of my year (80.36), received 85 and 90 for my Creative Writing modules • Adam Prize in Humanities (King’s, 2011) • King’s myScholarship (2011) • King’s myScholarship (2010) • Florence Hughes Exhibition (King’s, 2010) Awarded ‘to a woman student of the Schools of Humanities, Health & Life Sciences & Physical Sciences & Engineering, who, in the opinion of the awarding committee, achieved the highest standard of work in the second year of her course.’ • Gilbert and Levinson Prize in English (King’s, 2010)